Good morning, Chargers fans!
On Thursday, it was announced that SoFi Stadium in Inglewood will be one of 16 stadiums that will play host to games during the 2026 World Cup in North America. Other prominent NFL venues that are also set to host will be MetLife Stadium, HardRock Stadium, Arrowhead Stadium, and AT&T Stadium.
SoFi Stadium in Inglewood has been selected as 2026 World Cup venue, FIFA announced Thursday.https://t.co/fGbWlSEmYE— Los Angeles Times (@latimes) June 16, 2022
The news comes as the 2022 World Cup host country of Qatar continues their final preparations to host this year’s event which is scheduled to run from November 21 to December 18.
And now for today’s links.
The beat writers joined Chris Hayre on the latest episode of Chargers Weekly (Chargers.com)
Three takeaways from the team’s two-day minicamp (Chargers.com)
What does the addition of Bryce Callahan mean for Michael Davis and Asante Samuel Jr.? (Chargers Wire)
The Chargers defensive line was ranked as one of the best in the NFL (Bolt Beat)
Mike McCarthy was fined and the Cowboys will lose a future OTA in 2023 following practices that were deemed “too physical” (Pro Football Talk)
Ranking the top 10 seasons by a running back in NFL history (CBS Sports)
Which teams will end their playoff droughts this season? (NFL.com) their playo
Patrick Mahomes was surprised by Tyreek Hill’s recent comments on his podcast (NFL.com)
Marcus Davenport had the top of his pinky finger amputated due to a recurring infection (ESPN)
Breaking down the play of Davante Adams and Cooper Kupp (Bleacher Report)