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Chargers Daily Links: Which athletic brand would you like to see Justin Herbert sign with?

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Yesterday, Dak Prescott of the Dallas Cowboys left Adidas to sign a five-year deal with the Jordan Brand. Prescott is currently the only NFL quarterback on the Jordan Brand roster while also being the highest-paid player to land with the brand.

This got me thinking.

Justin Herbert, by all accounts, is well on his own path to becoming one of the league’s brightest, young stars. He’s already been fairly marketable for Traegar Grills and since he plays the team’s most-important position, his future success could easily parlay into bigger and better opportunities with some of the country’s largest brands.

For today, I want to ask you all: If you could have Justin Herbert sign with one of the major athletic brands, which one would it be? Would you like to see him make it with one of the best in Nike, Under Armour, or Adidas? Do you think he’d fit better with one of the second-tier brands such as New Balance or Puma? Maybe even Reebok like J.J. Watt?

Let me know in the comments and don’t forget to tell us why.

Now for today’s links.

Chargers News: praised the offseason moves by the Chargers (

Justin Herbert is the best in the NFL at one particular throw (Chargers Wire)

Three areas in which Justin Herbert can improve on in 2021 (Bolt Beat)

Chris Hayre and Daniel Jeremiah take a closer look at the Bolts’ rookie class (

NFL News:

Nine things to watch at NFL minicamps (ESPN)

Kareem Jackson says Deshaun Watson wanted to go to the Broncos (ESPN)

Fights broke out at the Bills OTAs (CBS Sports)

NFL teams that are best set up for the future (Bleacher Report)

Most-underrated WRs in the NFL (

WFT’s Montez Sweat isn’t getting vaccinated anytime soon (