Welcome to your Friday edition of The Morning After Huddle where we report on all things football. In the words of Arnold Schwarzenegger, “Go, Chargers! Go!”. The Bolts will officially have a new home in 2024.
Here’s what you need to know:
- The Los Angeles Chargers broke ground on a 14 acre site Wednesday, with completion due in July 2024. Owner Dean Spanos says the move has been 5 years in the making and they look forward to being “home.” The headquarters will be less than 3 miles from Los Angeles International Airport.
- The NFL has announced its inaugural Coach and Front Office Accelerator will be held on May 23-24 at the Spring League Meeting . Senior women and minority prospects will have the opportunity to sit in on leadership development sessions. Commissioner Roger Goodell says, “…this program is the latest in a series of steps designed to improve our hiring practices and create opportunities for advancement.”
- Finally, your Key Signings RoundUp looks a little bit different today: Greg Olsen has signed a deal to join Kevin Burkhardt to call Super Bowl LVII. Olsen and Burkhardt worked together last season and are set to be Fox’s No. 1 team. Ravens Punter Sam Koch has signed on to hang his cleats up for good. The Ravens announced Koch’s retirement today after 16 seasons.
Thanks for breaking down the huddle with us today. Catch us this weekend, with your morning coffee, for more news you need to know!