Good morning, Chargers fans!
It’s not very often you’ll hear someone say a player in his 18th NFL season is perfect trade target for your team.
Yet, Bolt Beat’s Jason Reed has pointed out a well seasoned veteran on a team in “sell” mode that would be a perfect fit for a Chargers squad with a serious need at tight end.
Marcedes Lewis is in his first year with the Chicago Bears after a five-year stint with the Packers. He’s been an incredibly solid player throughout his entire career - although he only has one second-team All-Pro and one Pro Bowl to his name, he’s a big-bodied tight end that thrives as a run blocker.
Lewis could be a solid option that would cost next to nothing if the Chargers finally realize McKitty could easily pass through waivers and land on the practice squad.
And now for today’s links.
Justin Herbert says his fractured finger won’t necessitate adjustments or limitations moving forward (Chargers.com)
Derwin James Jr. breaks down what it means for him to be a leader; discusses his excitement about returning in Week Six (Chargers.com)
The Bears have an amazing buy-low trade target for the Chargers (Bolt Beat)
The Chargers run defense will be tested this week against the Cowboys (Charger Report)
DK Metcalf makes a bold prediction that Devon Witherspoon will get the better of Ja’Marr Chase (NFL.com)
Frank Clark agrees to a pay cut to help the Broncos facilitate a trade (ESPN)
The Chiefs knock down the Broncos... again (CBS Sports)
Jerry Jeudy continues feuds with NFL retirees as he and Steve Smith get into it before his Thursday Night Matchup (Yahoo! Sports)