Good morning, Chargers fans!
A few more moves have been made around the NFL, most notably the deal that is sending Carson Wentz to the Commanders for a handful of day two picks in this year’s draft. After just one year in Indy, Frank Reich has apparently had enough.
This morning, the Raiders did some restructuring to offensive tackle Kolton Miller and running back Kenyan Drake’s contracts to save them roughly $14.5 million in cap space. With that extra coin, I truly hope they don’t become an opposing bidder for a player the Chargers desperately need to add in free agency.
The Raiders have restructured the contracts of LT Kolton Miller and RB Kenyan Drake, creating $14.525M in 2022 cap space, per source.— Field Yates (@FieldYates) March 10, 2022
Other than that, let’s just roll with an open thread this morning. Use it as you please.
And now for today’s links.
Three takeaways from Mike Williams’ press conference (Chargers.com)
Mike Williams discusses his latest contract extension (Chargers.com)
A five-year history of the 17th-overall pick in the NFL draft (Bolt Beat)
A seven-round mock draft following Mike Williams’ extension (Bolt Beat)
The Giants are likely to make a run at Mitch Trubisky (ESPN)
The Titans signed Harold Landry to a new five-year contract (ESPN)
Jason Kelce has no immediate plans to retire (NFL.com)
Trade grades from the Russell Wilson deal (CBS Sports)
The Kyler Murray drama seems to have subsided (Pro Football Talk)
The Cowboys are open to trading Amari Cooper (Bleacher Report)