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Chargers Daily Links: Which non-QB on the Chargers will have a career year in 2022?

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Good morning, Chargers fans!

This morning, we’re going to chop it about our non-Justin Herbert Chargers players that we believe could breakout for a career season in 2022.

I’ll kick things off with my selection of tight end Gerald Everett.

The Chargers have always gotten a fairly high floor from their starting tight ends. As a matter of fact, it’s been 19 years since the team has seen their starting tight end finish a season with less than 500 yards receiving. Through his five-year career, Everett has yet to exceed that mark between his time with both the Rams and the Seahawks but I believe that will change in just his first campaign in the powder blues. His ability to rack up YAC on top of being a matchup problem for most second-level defenders is a sure way to see him get utilized by Joe Lombardi and to become a new favorite target for Herbert.

Throwing it over to you all. Who do you got for a breakout/career year in 2022?

And now for today’s links.

Chargers News:

Chris Hayre and Matt “Money” Smith answer your questions on a mailbag episode of Chargers Weekly (

Check out the best photos of the defense during the team’s 2022 media day (

The three best-kept secrets on the Chargers roster (Bolt Beat)

The Chargers were named a team with one of the best chances to win the franchise’s first Super Bowl (Bolt Beat)

NFL News:

Predicting when rookie quarterbacks will make their first start (ESPN)

Picking the most underrated player on all 32 teams (ESPN+)

Overvalued players on every NFC team (CBS Sports)

NFL records that could be broken in 2022 (

Deshaun Watson’s hearing concluded after just three days (Pro Football Talk)

Ranking the NFL’s 10 best franchise cornerstones heading into the 2022 season (Bleacher Report)