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Chargers Daily Links: Which remaining in-house free agent should the Chargers bring back?

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Good morning, Chargers fans!

There are still a handful of former Chargers out there on the free agency market and this morning, I want to hear your thoughts on which player(s) you’d still like to see the Chargers bring back for another go-round.

For me, I don’t understand how they have yet to bring back Andre Roberts. In his short time with the Chargers, he was arguably the best returner the team has had over the past decade. I mean, the guy recorded the first kickoff return for a touchdown for the Chargers since the 2012 season. He’s still only a pair of seasons removed from leading the league in kick return average. He’s got plenty of juice left in the tank. Forget the fumble against the Raiders. I’d take Roberts back on the team yesterday.

If you agree with my thoughts, let me know below. Otherwise, tell me about which former Chargers you’d like to see return to the team in 2022.

And now for today’s links.

Chargers News:

Chris Hayre goes over a mailbag of questions in this week’s Chargers Weekly (Chargers.com)

Five things to know about J.C. Jackson (Chargers.com)

Three reasons why the Chargers won’t draft a wide receiver in the first round (Bolt Beat)

Kyzir White’s contract details paint a puzzling picture (Bolt Beat)

NFL News:

Malcolm Jenkins is retiring from the NFL after 13 seasons (ESPN)

14 players who could be involved in the next big NFL trade (CBS Sports)

The Commanders are being investigated by Congress (Bleacher Report)

Bruce Arians will go into the Bucs’ Ring of Honor this season (Pro Football Talk)

Who are the best remaining free agents left on the market? (NFL.com)

Could the Dolphins be this year’s “Cinderella” team? (NFL.com)