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Chargers Daily Links: Quick hits from Thursday’s owners meeting

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On Thursday during a meeting between NFL owners, the decision to sell advertisement space along the first eight rows of seating at stadiums was passed. Per ESPN’s Adam Schefter, seats will be have covers pulled over with various logos scattered throughout.

Among other things discussed at the meeting, the owners also decided to keep the training camp report date in line with what was set in the latest CBA, which was July 28. However, rookies and select veterans on new teams may have the opportunity to report earlier.

Commissioner Roger Goodell was also on the call and did his best to assure the owners, and fans, that the plan right now is to start on time, in our home stadiums, with some semblance of fan attendance. I truly don’t know if things will be safe enough for that last part, but I guess we won’t know for sure until we get much closer to game day.

Until then, we can only hope for the best.

Now for some links.

Chargers News:

Gavino Borquez discusses the top-5 teammates of LaDainian Tomlinson’s career (Chargers Wire)

Jason Reed highlights Tyrod Taylor’s career numbers versus the Bolts’ 2020 schedule (Bolt Beat)

Chris Hayre takes a look at the Chargers quarterback group (

Phillip Molnar reports on Dean Spanos’ house going up for sale (L.A. Times)

NFL News:

Drew Brees and his wife are sponsoring Black College Football HOF Event (Bleacher Report)

Adam Wells reports on WR Odell Beckham Jr. getting the green light on his health (Bleacher Report)

Field Yates suggests five trades that would benefit both teams involved (ESPN)

Michael David Smith reports on the 2020 and 2021 Hall of Fame classes being enshrined together next year (Pro Football Talk)

Ryan Wilson ranks the top-10 edge rushers in the NFL (CBS Sports)

Jason La Canfora discusses which players to buy-or-sell for a 2020 bounce-back season (CBS Sports)