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Chargers Daily Links: Happy 4th of July, BFTB Community!

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Good morning, my Chargers friends and family!

I hope everyone is getting the opportunity to rest, sit back, and enjoy the 4th of July this year. I hope it’s going to be filled with all of the hot food, cold beer, and far-too-dangerous fireworks that you’ve been wanting for so long.

My plans include some good BBQ, maybe getting out on the golf course for the first time in years, and spending some much needed quality time with the family before sports return later this month.

There’s not much news to report on today, but why don’t we go ahead and use this post as an open discussion on all things July 4th. Whether that means conversing about your favorite stories from this holiday, your favorite recipes, or just what you have going on today, let’s just have some good conversation!

Stay safe, everyone, and I hope you all have a wonderful weekend!

Chargers News:

Jason Reed looks at the greatest Chargers to wear the #73 (Bolt Beat)

Jason Reed discusses why the Chargers should trade for TE David Njoku (Bolt Beat)

Daniel Popper and Jourdan Rodrigue wonder how concession stand prices will look in SoFi Stadium (The Athletic)

Daniel Popper’s latest Chargers mailbag (The Athletic)

NFL News:

Browns TE David Njoku demands trade from Browns (Bleacher Report)

Mike Chiari highlights Washington and their review of the team’s name (Bleacher Report)

Bill Barnwell wonders is Sam Darnold’s leash is currently shorter than we think (ESPN)

ESPN Stat & Information writers put together a list of nuggets for every team prior to training camps (ESPN)

Jared Dubin discusses the best name replacement’s for Washington (CBS Sports)

Jared Dubin ranks NFL divisions by their talent at running back (CBS Sports)