Good morning, Chargers fans!
On Tuesday, the team announced that former defensive tackle Jamal Williams will be inducted into the Chargers Hall of Fame during halftime of their week seven contest against the Seahawks.
Williams played 12 seasons in San Diego where he was named an All-Pro three times (2004-2006) on top of three selections to the Pro Bowl (2005-2007). His career totals include 443 total tackles, 55 tackles for loss, 13 sacks, four forced fumbles, four fumble recoveries, 22 pass deflections, and a lone interception that he returned 14 yards for a touchdown.
The former second-round pick in the 1998 supplemental draft was named the Chargers’ Lineman of the Year four times, the team’s Defensive Player of the Year three times, and was honored as a Co-MVP of the 2008 season.
And now for today’s links.
Jamal Williams will be inducted into the Chargers Hall of Fame at halftime of week seven (Chargers.com)
The Bolts claimed outside linebacker Derrek Tuszka off waivers from the Titans (Chargers Wire)
Is SoFi Stadium to blame for all of the injuries? (Bolt Beat)
What are all the options for the Chargers to replace Rashawn Slater art left tackle? (Charger Report)
PFT’s NFL Awards from week three (Pro Football Talk)
2022 rookie week four power rankings (CBS Sports)
Trevor Lawrence won Offensive Player of the Week for week three (NFL.com)
Week four NFL upsets and preseason regrets (ESPN+)
The Giants have lost wide receiver Sterling Shepard for the season (ESPN)
NFL stars believe the league needs to shift back to grass fields over turf (Bleacher Report)