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So, I celebrated my birthday on April 15th and I was pretty bummed out that the Chargers weren’t going to unveil their new uniforms until almost a week later. When everyone asked me what I wanted for my special day, I told them all I planned on getting one of the new jerseys so save your money and maybe just give towards that fund for after they get released.

It’s been almost three weeks since they were unveiled and I still have made my decision. I was receiving a gift card from the in-laws and while waiting to get that, most of the new merchandise was bought up. So as of now, I’m waiting for them all to restock before I pull the trigger on one of them.

But I’m torn between the player and color combination that will leave me the most satisfied. Which combination will I be the most excited to don on game day? I don’t know yet, but I’ll give you guys some details on what I’m feeling and maybe you all can help me out.

Of the previous style of uniforms, I have a navy Philip Rivers, navy Hunter Henry, powder blue Keenan Allen, navy LT, navy Lorenzo Neal. I had a white Joey Bosa (#99) and a white Melvin Gordon (#28) but obviously both of those are defunct.

Right off the bat, I think my first of the new jerseys will either be Bosa or Derwin James. I’m upset I don’t already have a James jersey but I force myself to wait a year or two to see what we really have in the player. As for colors, I really love the away uniforms and the new navy color rush. That one is HOT. So I think it’s either Bosa in the white or James in the navy.

Feel free to give me your opinions, but I think these are my top-two choices. Which one should I go with?

Chargers News:

Chris Hayre shares 10 insights into the 2020 regular season schedule (

Jason Reed looks into the historical records against the non-divisional foes in 2020 (Bolt Beat)

Jason Reed highlights the toughest stretch on the Chargers’ schedule (Bolt Beat)

Gavino Borquez reports the news of Philip Rivers agreeing to coach HS football in Alabama following retirement (Chargers Wire)

Brent Sobleski calls the Chargers secondary the best in the NFL (Bleacher Report)

NFL News:

Mike Chiari reports that the Rams have yet to pay Todd Gurley his guaranteed money (Bleacher Report)

Tyler Dunne talks to Ravens WR Marquise Brown about what to expect in 2020 (Bleacher Report)

Josh Alper reports the Saints parting ways with OG Larry Warford (Pro Football Talk)

NFL Nation predicts win-loss records for every NFL team (ESPN)

Nick Shook reports the Jaguars signing Mike Glennon (