Good morning, Chargers fans!
We recently got a lot of nuggets from John Spanos in regards to how ownership plans to handle the hiring process of their next head coach and general manager. Things like "no max" on what they're willing to spend and "previous coaching experience is a plus" were thrown out there.
It remains to be seen just how much weight those words will hold, so until then, we're all just a long for the ride until things really start to move on that front.
This morning, however, I want to hear all of your thoughts on the order in which you believe the Chargers should make their hires. Specifically, should the Chargers hire their next general manager first before the next head coach, or vice versa? Why or why not?
Whatever you believe, be sure to share all of your thoughts below as to why one way or the other is better.
And now for today’s links.
Five takeaways from Giff Smith’s presser on Tuesday (Chargers.com)
Wednesday’s injury report for the Chargers (Chargers.com)
John Spanos admits that all the shortcomings of the franchise start with ownership (Chargers Wire)
Austin Ekeler may have to shave his eyebrows due to a preseason fantasy football bet (Bolt Beat)
Tommy DeVito made an unpaid appearance at a pizzeria following tiff on social media (ESPN)
John Breech picks games from the Week 16 slate (CBS Sports)
One thing we learned about each team in Week 15 (CBS Sports)
Aaron Rodgers admits on Pat McAfee’s show that he will not make a return to the field this season (NFL.com)
Anthony Richardson expects to begin throwing again next month (Pro Football Talk)
Drew Lock will remember the game-winning play call for the rest of his life (Touchdown Wire)