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Chargers Daily Links: How do you get by during the NFL offseason’s ‘dead period’?

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Good morning, everyone!

Thank you so much for baring with me through the past two days. My wife and I picked up and moved to her home state of Minnesota on Wednesday and it was one hellish experience because that always seems to be how moving goes, right? I feel like half a corpse, but I’m happy to be back to begin the last month we have to get through before there’s real (preseason) NFL football to be had.

With that in mind, I want to kick this Friday off with a discussion on what you all do during this “dead period” of the offseason when it comes to killing time or attempting to scratch that itch for Chargers football when there isn’t any to be had.

Do any of you play the Madden video games to get by? Do you watch old games and highlights? How many of you fill that void with a little “retail therapy” by going and grabbing a new jersey or hat? All of these things are great options to fill that need, but if you’ve got your own unique method to getting by in July, I want to hear about it! Let me know how you survive in the comments below!

And now for today’s links.

Chargers News:

10 insights on Chris Harris Jr. and the Bolts’ defense (

Check out the Chargers’ “home-field advantage” in Madden 22 (Chargers Wire)

There’s still one available free agent that would be a great for the Chargers (Bolt Beat)

Why Mike Williams could explode this season for the Bolts (Bleacher Report)

NFL News:

Signings and trades that can help each club right now (ESPN)

The Washington Football Team was fined $10 million for the results of their work-place culture investigation (ESPN)

Predicting the MVP for each NFC team (

The NFL fined three different teams for OTA violations (

Players must decide today to either play or voluntarily opt-out of the 2021 season (Pro Football Talk)

Ranking NFC divisions by their wide receiver talent (CBS Sports)