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Chargers Daily Links: Chargers break ground on new headquarters, team facility in El Segundo

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Los Angeles Chargers owner Dean Spanos ground breaking for the future corporate headquarters and training facility of the Los Angeles Chargers in El Segundo, California. Photo by Keith Birmingham/MediaNews Group/Pasadena Star-News via Getty Images

Good morning, Chargers fans!

I hope you’re all doing fine and well on this Thursday morning.

As most of you likely saw on Wednesday, the Chargers officially broke ground out in El Segundo, the future for the team’s corporate headquarters and new team facility. Tom Telesco and Brandon Staley were joined by Justin Herbert and Derwin James during the event before mingling with fans, children, and other members of the community who came out to witness them symbolically stick shovels in a sandbox.

It’ll be roughly two years before the project is done. When it is, the Chargers will once again be at the forefront of NFL franchises in terms of both the stadium they play in on Sundays and the facility at which they get their work done all year-round.

And now for today’s links.

Chargers News:

The Chargers broke ground on their new headquarters in El Segundo (Chargers.com)

Bryce Callahan and Christian Covington talked about their special group on defense (Chargers.com)

Four things to know about Morgan Fox (Chargers Wire)

The five easiest defenses Justin Herbert will face in 2022 (Bolt Beat)

NFL News:

Mike Pettine is hosting a coaching diversity summit (ESPN)

Projecting the 2022 seasons fro star running backs (ESPN)

Who are the NFL’s 11 best offenses? (NFL.com)

Eric Kendricks is happy about the new direction of the Vikings (Pro Football Talk)

Jason LA Canfora picks his early winner’s for NFL’s seasonal awards (CBS Sports)

Re-drafting the 2017 NFL draft (Bleacher Report)