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Chargers Daily Links: Chris Beatty staying in L.A. after not being selected for Vikings OC job

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Good morning, Chargers fans!

With the news of the Vikings hiring former Rams passing game coordinator Wes Phillips to be their newest offensive coordinator, that means wide receivers coach Chris Beatty will not be the second coach to be hired away from the Bolts this offseason. After helping both Keenan Allen and Mike Williams set career highs in at least one category in 2021, it’s refreshing to know the group will have some continuity heading into year two under Brandon Staley.

Linebackers coach MIchael Wilhoite is another coach from the Bolts to interview elsewhere (Saints DC) but there hasn’t been any recent news on that in almost two weeks. After the job he did with Kyzir White this past season, Wilhoite is another coach the Chargers probably don’t want to see head elsewhere. Here’s hoping he’s back in powder blue after this offseason is all said and done.

And now for today’s links.

Chargers News:

Five Chargers named to PFF’s Top 101 players from 2021 (Chargers Wire)

Rutgers wideout Bo Melton could be a nice fit for the Chargers (Chargers Wire)

Chargers free agents most likely to be poached (Bolt Beat)

Akiem Hicks should not be the team’s big free agent target (Bolt Beat)

NFL News:

NFL offseason preview (ESPN)

Agents are threatening a boycott of the NFL combine (ESPN)

Top 25 defensive free agents (CBS Sports)

Sean McVay could get offered over $15 million per year to do TV (Bleacher Report)

Vikings are hiring Rams pass game coordinator Wes Phillips as new OC (NFL.com)

Ricardo Allen is retiring after seven seasons in the NFL (NFL.com)