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Quentin Batalillon

General News 2024

Chargers News: Jaguars get green light for $1.4 billion renovation

Good morning, Chargers fans!

We’re having some fun this morning discussing which US city would be the best place for a hypothetical NFL expansion. Obviously a new team with 33 would create an odd amount of money, but let’s not beat that.

For me, it’s hard not to see how St. Louis has come out in droves over the past two years to support their XFL-then-UFL club in the Battlehawks. They topped the leagues in attendance in both 2023 and 2024 and it’s easy to see how that would probably be the most successful spot by far for a new franchise.

They like their places. It’s a phenomenal city. It all makes sense.

If you agree, or have another good idea, please jump into the comments to share all your thoughts!

And now today’s links.

The Chargers are hosting the Diversity in Sports Medicine Pipeline Initiative Student for the third year in a row (Chargers.com)

This Analyst Believes Chargers Are Overrated (Chargers Wire)

The 10 Best Tight Ends in Chargers Franchise History (Bolt Beat)

Easton Stick reflected on his disastrous NFL starting debut (Athlon Sports)

Five burning questions for the Jets ahead of training camp (Pro Football Network)

Who are the 25 best players in the NFL under the age of 25? (CBS Sports)

Non-QBs Who Have the Most Pressure to Perform in 2024 (CBS Sports)

Jacksonville’s stadium gets a $1.4 billion renovation (ESPN)

The Dolphins and Tua Tagovailoa are struggling to find a middle ground on his next contract (Pro Football Talk)

Can Sam Darnold lead the Vikings to the playoffs? (Touchdown Wire)