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Chargers Daily Links: Tuesday Open Thread

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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 everyone got to enjoy the heck out of their long weekend and received some much-needed rest and relaxation.

The Chargers are back today for their fourth session of OTAs, their first of three total sessions this week, joining both tomorrow and Friday. There’s still far too much time between now and training camp, but at least we’re getting to see some semblance of what this team will look like come early September.

And I gotta say, Khalil Mack in the powder blue? *chef’s kiss

Kyle Van Noy in the number eight? Primo.

Derwin James in the number three? Just feels so...Derwin.

Like you all, I’m excited to see what another week brings with this team. Let’s get after the week, huh? As always, feel free to use this thread for whatever you see fit.

And now for today’s links.

Chargers News:

Grupo Firme got to hang out with some Bolts prior to their shows at SoFi Stadium (

Austin Ekeler was named one of the most underappreciated players in the NFL (Sports Illustrated)

Where does Keenan Allen belong in the wide receiver hierarchy of the NFL? (Bolt Beat)

Ranking the secondaries within the AFC West (L.A. Football Network)

NFL News:

Jeff Gladney, a former first-round pick of the Vikings, died in a car crash early Monday morning (ESPN)

Deion Jones is expected to miss some time following a procedure (ESPN)

Five teams that could surprise the league in 2022 (CBS Sports)

Nine bandwagons that fans should hop on right now (

Aaron Donald would be content with retiring this summer if he can’t come to terms on a new deal with the Rams (Bleacher Report)

Dak Prescott doesn’t believe the Cowboys have taken a step back this offseason (Pro Football Talk)