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Chargers Daily Links: Sebastian Joseph-Day signs with 49ers

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Good morning, Chargers fans!

The Chargers surprised the NFL world when they announced the release of veteran defensive tackle Sebastian Joseph-Day just one day before they were set to play the Bills in primetime this past Saturday. Joseph-Day was one of Brandon Staley’s bigger free-agent signings ahead of the 2022 season and had started all 30 games he had played in while in powder blue.

In the end, it came down to the Chargers doing Joseph-Day a favor by releasing him before season’s end to give him the chance to finish the year on a high note elsewhere. Based on the Chargers’ current cap situation, it was likely that SJD was not in the plans for 2024 and the team simply expedited the process.

Now he gets to try and chase a second ring as a member of the 49ers.

And now for today’s links.

Chargers News:

Check out where the Bolts landed in this week’s power rankings (Chargers.com)

Former Chargers defensive tackle Sebastian Joseph-Day has signed with the 49ers (Chargers Wire)

A dark horse candidate for the Chargers job might not be much of a sleeper after Week 16 (Bolt Beat)

A closer look at Chargers interim general manager JoJo Wooden (Charger Report)

NFL News:

The latest NFL power rankings entering Week 17 (ESPN)

What we learned from each team in Week 16’s slate of NFL action (CBS Sports)

Should you buy or sell on these 18 playoff contenders? (NFL.com)

Doug Pederson does not believe his play-calling has been the issue for the Jaguars (NFL.com)

Robert Saleh does not regret passing on signing Joe Flacco back to the quarterback room in 2023 (Pro Football Talk)

Mike McDonald has the Ravens defense as the class of the NFL (Touchdown Wire)