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Chargers Daily Links: Chargers make FA signings official, Tyrod gives back to the community

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Goooooooooooooood morning, everyone. I hope your week has started strong you’re all feeling right as rain on this Tuesday morning.

We can all breathe a sign of relief now that the team has officially announced the signing of Bryan Bulaga, Linval Joseph, Chris Harris, and Nick Vigil. With the recent reports of the Ravens not signing Michael Brockers and the Jaguars not signing Darqueze Dennard, I started to worry about at least one of these signings falling through for one reason or another.

Could you imagine if Bulaga bounced after failing a physical? There would be a riot. Thank goodness we don’t have to deal with that.

Enjoy the links and have a great Tuesday.

Los Angeles Chargers Announce Free Agency Moves

“The Los Angeles Chargers today agreed to terms with tackle Bryan Bulaga, cornerback Chris Harris Jr., defensive tackle Linval Joseph and linebacker Nick Vigil.”

Los Angeles Chargers, KCBS/KCAL & iHeartRadio Team Up for LAUSD Live Fundraiser

“On Thursday, Apr. 2, the Los Angeles Chargers are joining CBS 2/KCAL 9 and iHeartRadio for a day-long fundraiser to help raise money, supplies and awareness for Los Angeles Unified School District students and their families who are struggling during this unprecedented COVID-19 crisis.”

Los Angeles Chargers Sign Wide Receiver Darius Jennings

Jennings, a four-year NFL veteran, comes to the Chargers from the Tennessee Titans. Over the last two seasons with Tennessee, he returned 31 kickoffs for 894 yards, including a 94-yarder for a touchdown against the Miami Dolphins. In 2018, Jennings led the NFL with a 31.7-yard average, returning 22 kicks for 698 yards.”

Chargers Mock Draft Tracker 6.0

“The Chargers reportedly won’t look for a QB in free agency, which means Tyrod Taylor is the man ... for now. But the team will have a decision to make at No. 6. Herbert had a solid 2019 season but improved his stock during the Senior Bowl and combine.”

The 2020 NFL Draft may set ratings records

“No one can go outside. There are no sports events on television and there is nothing on the horizon. The country is essentially staying at home and there are only so many things to watch on Netflix, Hulu, Disney+, or the streaming app of your choice. There is one respite, one light at the end of the tunnel, one major sporting event that gets great ratings and will absolutely dominate the sports landscape for the next month: the 2020 NFL Draft.”

Chargers stack deck in Draft Wire’s 4-round mock draft

“The majority of the signings and trades have concluded. Now all that’s left to the roster-building process for the Chargers and the rest of the teams in the league is the 2020 NFL Draft.”

LA Chargers: Greatest sixth overall picks since the NFL/AFL merger

“This draft is likely going to yield the team’s future plans for a franchise quarterback, which will impact at least the next half-decade and how successful the Chargers will be. You can afford a bust when you are picking a defensive tackle in the first round, it hurts more when it is a quarterback.”

LA Chargers: The most successful draft order locations in team history

“The LA Chargers have the sixth overall pick in the 2020 NFL Draft and it will be the first time in franchise history that the team has selected sixth in the NFL Draft. We had all intentions of doing a ‘greatest sixth overall picks in team history’ but that cannot be done without any history.”

The B/R GOAT Sim: Ranking the Top 10 Contenders

“The B/R GOAT Sim—a 32-team Madden simulation tournament in which every NFL franchise will compete using rosters comprised of legends—kicks off this week on Bleacher Report’s Twitch.”

Tyrod Taylor provides coronavirus relief to hometown—145556796/

“On Monday, former Virginia Tech star Tyrod Taylor announced he would be donating $25,000 towards the Virginia Peninsula Foodbank via the Tyrod Taylor Foundation. The donation will go towards a truckload of food to help those economically impacted by the coronavirus in Taylor’s local community.”