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Chargers Daily Links: I just can’t wait for the new Chargers uniforms

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Happy Hump Day, y’all.

Did you guys get a chance to look at the new Tampa Bay jerseys? I think they did a great job bringing it back to the fan favorites and the uniforms they wore when they won their last Super Bowl. This is the idea I hope the Chargers have, as well. Bring back some of the past favorites, add a dash of modernism, and ta’daaaaa. The best jerseys in football, again.

If you haven’t looked yet, the new Atlanta Falcons jerseys were also leaked on social media and they’re.......different. I won’t give you my honest opinion and don’t want to ruin a surprise for anyone but if you really wanted to see them, just do a quick search on Twitter.

Other than that, enjoy the links guys and have a great Wednesday!

Nick Vigil Looking Forward to Playing in Chargers Defense

https://www.chargers.com/news/nick-vigil-looking-forward-to-playing-in-chargers-defense

“Vigil joins the Bolts after spending the first four years of his career with the Cincinnati Bengals where he worked his way from special teamer to starting linebacker.”

Chargers Mock Draft Tracker 7.0

https://www.chargers.com/news/chargers-mock-draft-tracker-7-0

“Anthony Lynn says he’s all in on Tyrod Taylor. If he is, maybe the Chargers go in a different direction here. Imagine L.A.’s defense with the addition of Simmons. Put another way: It just got a little bit harder for the Chiefs to win the division.”

WATCH: Tua Tagovailoa releases hype video

https://rolltidewire.usatoday.com/2020/04/06/watch-tua-tagovailoa-releases-hype-video/

“Over the past few months, Roll Tide Wire has been sharing NFL mock drafts predicting where Tagovailoa may go in the 2020 NFL Draft which is still slated to take place from April 23-25.”

LA Chargers: 4 most entertaining players to watch on Hard Knocks

https://boltbeat.com/2020/04/07/la-chargers-players-hard-knocks/

“‘Hard Knocks’ was debuted in 2001, took a four-year hiatus from 2003 to 2006, and outside of 2011, has been a staple of the NFL season every year since 2007. Last season, the Oakland Raiders were on center stage for the country to see.”

LA Chargers: Making the case for a Desmond King-Trent Williams trade

https://boltbeat.com/2020/04/07/la-chargers-rumors-trade-desmond-king-trent-williams/

“King was still solid in 2019 but he absolutely took a step back. He was not as reliable in coverage nor special teams. He was not terrible, but it became evident that the Chargers needed more secondary help than they may have thought, so they brought in Chris Harris.”

Chargers, Rams to Costar on ‘Hard Knocks’ During Training Camp

https://www.si.com/nfl/chargers/news/hard-knocks-chargers-rams-nfl-films-hbo-2020

“The NFL has yet to release its 2020 schedule in part due to the uncertainty caused by the viral pandemic. Accordingly, it remains unclear whether training camp will start at its usual time at the tail end of July. Already, the coronavirus has forced the league to scrap plans to hold the 2020 NFL Draft in Las Vegas, replacing it with a “fully virtual” draft with all club personnel working from home.”

NFL players for all 32 teams who would be hurt most by lost offseason

https://www.espn.com/nfl/story/_/id/28988847/nfl-players-all-32-teams-hurt-most-lost-offseason

“As the 2020 NFL draft approaches and free agency slows to a trickle, the league’s offseason programs are right around the corner. If team activities are reduced or canceled because of the coronavirus pandemic, it will have a far-reaching impact on rosters.”

49ers sign Travis Benjamin, Tom Compton to 1-year deals

https://www.espn.com/nfl/story/_/id/28992814/49ers-sign-travis-benjamin-tom-compton-1-year-deals

Benjamin is a ninth-year pro who has caught 19 touchdown passes and returned four punts for scores in his eight NFL seasons in Cleveland (2012-15) and with the Chargers (2016-19). His 2019 season was cut short by a thigh injury.”

Chargers coach Anthony Lynn keeping options open at QB, left tackle

https://www.ocregister.com/2020/04/01/chargers-coach-anthony-lynn-keeping-options-open-at-qb-left-tackle/

“Chargers coach Anthony Lynn expressed some disappointment about his post-free-agency news conference not being on Zoom, the increasingly popular video conferencing program.”

Remotely speaking, Chargers coach Anthony Lynn has views on draft

https://www.latimes.com/sports/chargers/story/2020-04-02/chargers-coach-anthony-lynn-has-views-on-draft

“I’ve been on conference calls, virtual meetings, Zoom meetings, FaceTime,” Lynn explained. “You name it. We’ve done it all. Guys have been really engaging. … We’ve had some very good meetings, very personable meetings.”