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Chargers Daily Links: Cardinals sign former Bolts OT Koda Martin

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Not too long after the Arizona Cardinals signed former LA Chargers wide receiver Andre Patton, they also scooped up offensive tackle Koda Martin. Martin, a former undrafted free agent in 2019, was also cut alongside Patton to bring the Bolts’ roster to 80.

Martin was an interesting developmental player for the Chargers after being signed out of Syracuse. He had started every game at right tackle for the Orange in 2018 after grad-transferring from Texas A&M. While at A&M, Martin registered the majority of his starts at left tackle and even began one game at tight end.

It was Martin’s versatility that likely made him an attractive stash on the practice squad but he has been dealing with some nagging injuries since coming into the NFL, so his release wasn’t all that surprising.

Now for today’s links.

Chargers News:

Check out more photos from Chargers training camp (

Watch Anthony Lynn talk Derwin James and his bright future (

Gavino Borquez highlights Joshua Kelley’s thoughts on transitioning from Zoom calls to actual training camp (Chargers Wire)

Alexander Insdorf debates why Desmond King should not be re-signed in 2021 (Bolt Beat)

NFL News:

Sheil Kapadia ranks all 32 NFL offenses (The Atheltic)

Latest win-loss predictions for all 32 teams (Bleacher Report)

NFL coaches discuss the residual effects from canceling preseason games (ESPN)

ESPN Staff puts together the best of training news and facts from Wednesday (ESPN)

Joel Corry chats with NFL agents about how opt-outs this season will affect future caps (CBS Sports)

56 NFL players have tested positive for the coronavirus since they started reporting for training camps last week (Pro Football Talk)