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Chargers Daily Links: 2021 NFL Draft officially 30 days away

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Today officially marks 30 days until the 2021 NFL Draft. One month until we finally find out where all these top prospects will play to begin their professional careers and, in a way, putting a punctuation mark on the end of a long and unique 2020-2021 football season/offseason that was twisted and warped by the global pandemic.

To me, the time after the draft officially becomes the 2021 preseason where expectations and hopes become as high as they ever will be for most fans and teams. Not a ton compares to that dopamine you get over the following days discussing with your friends and fellow friends about the Bolts’ newest players and the expectations you begin to create for them all.

There’s not many comparative moments in the offseason, outside of the early days of free agency and the draft, itself.

With 30 days until April’s draft, tell me how you’re all feeling? Are we all still 99 percent sold on an offensive tackle at No. 13? Have the pro days of Patrick Surtain II and Jaycee Horn maybe convinced you that the Chargers could get away with selecting a corner in the first round? Let me know how you’re all feeling on this fine Tuesday.

Now for today’s links.

Chargers News:

10 insights on new Chargers quarterback Chase Daniel (Chargers.com)

Chargers mock draft tracker (Chargers.com)

Could Notre Dame’s Liam Eichenberg be an answer for the Bolts at left tackle?

Jason Reed discusses Tom Telesco’s draft record (Bolt Beat)

NFL News:

Three more lawsuits have been filed against Deshaun Watson (ESPN)

Most-impactful moves from the 2021 offseason thus far

Lance Zierlein’s latest mock draft (NFL.com)

Daniel Jeremiah updated his top-50 prospects (NFL.com)

The 17-game proposal will include three preseason games (Pro Football Talk)

A free agent signing was broken off of a hot mic in Call of Duty (Bleacher Report)