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Chargers Daily Links: What new names do you want to see the Bolts interview?

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The Chargers are just about done completing interviews with all eight of the head coaches who have been tied to them since the end of the 2020 regular season. As of now, the only one left to meet with the team is Colts DC Matt Eberflus.

Last week, NFL Network’s Jim Trotter reported that the Chargers are expected to interview 10-12 coaches, meaning that the team is currently two to four coaches short of that number.

At the moment, are there any coaches that you would like to see the Chargers interview that haven’t already been tied to the team? One name that I’ve seen several times this past week is Saints defensive backs coach Aaron Glenn. The Saints have consistently been one of the best defenses in the NFL, which have included guys like young star cornerback Marshon Lattimore.

Anyways, I thought I’d get the brain gears churning on this fine Tuesday morning. But I’m really curious to see what names come to mind for some of you. So let me now in the comments below.

Now for today’s links.

Chargers News:

Darren Sproles was elected to the 2021 College Football Hall of Fame Class (Chargers.com)

Brian Baldinger broke down the best plays from Justin Herbert in 2020 (Chargers.com)

Alex Insdorf warns about feeling cautious about Arthur Smith and the Titans’ performance in the wild card round (Bolt Beat)

Gavino Borquez highlights players from the CFP National Championship that the Chargers could consider in 2021 draft (Chargers Wire)

NFL News:

Field Yates discusses seven free agents who will get paid more than you’d expect (ESPN)

Bill Belichick chose not to receive the Medal of Freedom (ESPN)

Eagles owner Jeffrey Lurie says Pederson firing not about Wentz (ESPN)

Brady vs. Brees will be the oldest QB matchup ever (Pro Football Talk)

Five things to watch in every divisional game (NFL.com)

Winners and losers from the CFP National Championship Game (Bleacher Report)