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Chargers Daily Links: Mike Williams undergoes successful knee surgery

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Good morning, Chargers fans!

Early this morning, NFL insider Ian Rapoport reported that Mike Williams recently underwent surgery to repair his torn ACL he suffered during the team’s Week Three win against the Vikings. Everything seemed to go as smoothly as possible and the expectation is that Williams will be ready to take the field again by the time next year’s training camp rolls around.

While this is positive news, i’m still quite interested to see how the team is able to polish the top contracts on the roster this offseason. WIlliams, Keenan Allen, Joey Bosa, and Khalil Mack are all set to have a cap hit of over $30 million in 2024. Unless they can work some crazy magic, it doesn’t seem like all of these players are destined to remain with the team through next year. Could Williams be a casualty? Only time will tell. Either way, we’re glad to hear his surgery went well and are looking forward to his potential return in powder blue next season.

And now for today’s links.

Chargers News:

Check out the latest edition of the Chargers mailbag (

Chargers injury report from Wednesday (

Studs and duds from the Chargers’ loss to the Chiefs (Chargers Wire)

The Chargers made a mistake in not adding a tight end during the 2023 offseason (Bolt Beat)

NFL News:

Check out all the latest trade deadline buzz and rumors (ESPN+)

Kirk Cousins shoots up in the latest quarterback power rankings (CBS Sports)

Brock Purdy began to show concussion symptoms on the flight back from Minneapolis (

Bijan Robinson was not listed on the Falcons’ injury report to begin the week of practice (Pro Football Talk)

Myles Garrett is now minority partner of the Cleveland Cavaliers (Bleacher Report)

The New York Giants could be better off with Tyrod Taylor at quarterback over Daniel Jones (Touchdown Wire)