Good morning, Chargers fans!
As of Thursday morning, the NFL agreed to an extended partnership with Tottenham Hotspur to make their stadium the official home of NFL in the UK. The partnership agreement now runs through the 2029-2030 NFL season with a minimum of two regular season games being played there each season.
This news comes shortly after the league announced they will be expanding all practice squads, starting next season, to include a 17th spot reserved for an international player.
Tottenham Hotspur and the NFL have expanded their partnership through the 2029-2030 NFL season.— Tom Pelissero (@TomPelissero) September 14, 2023
A minimum of two regular season NFL games a year will continued to be played there for years to come, and Tottenham Hotspur Stadium becomes the official Home of the NFL in the UK.
And now for today’s links.
Here’s what Justin Herbert wants to see from the Chargers offense in Week Two (Chargers.com)
Chargers injury report from Wednesday (Chargers.com)
Key things to know about the Chargers’ matchup with the Titans (Chargers Wire)
Is the decision to sign Eric Kendricks already coming back to bite the Bolts? (
Which quarterback will receive the next record-breaking deal? (ESPN)
Is Chase Claypool on thin ice in Chicago after Week One? (ESPN)
Jim Trotter was warned not to report that the NFL wanted to resume Bengals-Bills despite Damar Hamlin injury (Pro Football Talk)
Pete Prisco picks games from the Week Two slate (CBS Sports)
Darren Waller has a possible nerve issue in his hamstring (Bleacher Report)
Five trade fits for Jonathan Taylor (NFL.com)