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Chargers Daily Links: Is Joey Bosa worth $126+ million?

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On Tuesday, two superstars on the defensive side of the ball got PAID. First, the ChiefsChris Jones got inked to a four-year, $85 million deal, solidifying one of their best players on a defense that just won a Super Bowl.

Soon after that news broke, it was reported that Browns DE Myles Garrett is about to receive a five-year extension worth upwards of $125 million, which will reset the market for pass rushers.

With Joey Bosa looking like the next man up to get his money, are you as a fan base prepared to give him even more than what Garrett is receiving? This is something the team will have to figure out now, as if fitting all of these great players under the cap was already hard enough.

Along with Bosa, players like Keenan Allen, Hunter Henry, and Desmond King will all want to see the zeros increase in their respective checks after next season. Can the Chargers make it happen? I just don’t know, and I hate that we have to go through such a tumultuous season before we find out.

Go ahead and use this as an open discussion on the matter.

Now for today’s links.

Chargers News:

The Chargers are joining ten other Los Angeles professional sports teams in creating the The Alliance: Los Angeles (

Hayley Elwood gets to know OT Bryan Bulaga (

Gavino Borquez goes over the Madden 21 rating of rookie RB Joshua Kelley (Chargers Wire)

Jason Reed lists the best Chargers players to wear #62 (Bolt Beat)

NFL News:

NFL Nation talks which veterans are on the bubble for all 32 teams (ESPN)

DT Chris Jones and the Chiefs agreed to a four-year extension (CBS Sports)

Chris Trapasso discusses the rookies who are best-suited to thriving after an unusual offseason (CBS Sports)

The Browns are reportedly giving DE Myles Garrett a $125 million contract extension (Bleacher Report)

Odell Beckham Jr. reportedly almost retired following the 2017 season (Bleacher Report)

The NFLPA is worried about opening up training camps in “hot spot” cities (Pro Football Talk)