2 Los Angeles Chargers QBs Talk The Past and the Future Of The Franchise

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Here are, Chargers Unleashed host, Dan Wolkenstein’s top takeaways from Los Angeles Chargers quarterback Justin Herbert’s insightful and authentic conversation with Chase Daniel and Trey Wingo of the 33rd Team podcast, Chasin’ It.

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Herbert Talks With Chase Daniel And Trey Wingo About All Things Los Angeles Chargers

  • QB Coach Shane Day is one of Justin Herbert’s favorite coaches of all time.
  • Herbert continues to work on being more vocal as a leader.
  • Herbert dismissed the “Chargering” term and its impact on the players and also made sure not to sugar-coat some of the team’s mistakes and struggles.
  • Chase Daniel harped on the quality and leadership in the locker room
  • Keenan Allen sees Justin Herbert as one of the most talented players he’s ever played with.
  • Herbert praised Allen’s professionalism and intelligence. He believes he’s one of the most underrated receivers in the NFL.
  • Herbert believes wins and losses are always a reflection of how the quarterback plays, but it is also a team sport.
  • Herbert has been cleared to play golf and mentioned both of his hands are doing much better now.
  • Herbert highlighted Maxx Crosby, Chris Jones, and Pat Surtain II as the toughest defenders to compete against.
  • Daniel reiterated that while players may not know the “Chargering” term, the front office absolutely does, and the Jim Harbaugh hire was massive and praised them for it.
  • Daniel said he spoke with RB Austin Ekeler, and Daniel believes Ekeler is ready for a fresh start.
  • Daniel believes Khalil Mack will be traded, and noted there is a ton of interest for him. Also believes Bosa is an elite EDGE rusher when healthy.
  • Daniel harped on the importance of keeping Keenan Allen with Justin Herbert.
  • Daniel touched on the elite WR talent available at #5 overall and believes the team has to take a WR there
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