4/21 Morning Mighty: Tomlinson says Rivers wants out

LaDainian Tomlinson, Philip Rivers

Tomlinson: Rivers wants to move on – UT San Diego
Former Chargers great, and a former teammate of Philip Rivers, LaDainian Tomlinson doesn’t think Rivers will be the QB in San Diego for much longer.

Unhappy Weddle skips Chargers workouts – UT San Diego
Eric Weddle wants to talk about extending his contract past this season, but the Chargers aren’t ready yet. The bearded superstar tells Kevin Acee that he feels “highly, highly disrespected” by the team.

Padres come out swinging, pile up hits in Colorado – Padres.com
Even in Colorado, a 14-3 victory is nothing to sneeze at for the new-look Padres.

Chargers Begin Voluntary Workouts; News And Notes From Flowers, Johnson, Dunlap And More – Mighty 1090
Andrew and Annie tell you everything you need to know from the first day of OTAs at Chargers Park, including what Philip Rivers’ teammates think about him.

City of San Diego hires investment banker, law firm – UT San Diego
The City of San Diego is bringing in some big guns to stand behind their stadium financing plan, which will be announced next month.

MLB is about to revolutionize the way you watch baseball with StatCast – Sporting News
The exciting StatCast feature will be added to MLB Network’s game broadcasts starting tonight!

Three Dot Lounge welcomes the return of the Chargers – Mighty 1090
Even if you can’t get anything from OTAs, it sure is nice to have football back.

San Diego: Big City or Small Town? – Bolts from the Blue
Speculating on whether or not San Diego’s infrastructure could be playing a role in its hunt to land a new NFL stadium.
 

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4 thoughts on “4/21 Morning Mighty: Tomlinson says Rivers wants out

  1. rickochey

    I think the chargers org is in extreme turmoil. I cant see this ownership building an atmosphere of pride, and integrity. If they think LA is going to solve their problems then they got serious problems.

  2. Gabe Hobbs

    There are also people involved in that project that say that isn’t true. And besides…they still have the Rams waiting in the wings. The NFL knew if they wanted at least one team in L.A. they probably needed three fighting over it.

  3. John Gennaro

    My thought is that they’ve waited too long and picked a really poor spot. I don’t think there’s a chance the Carson project gets off the ground.

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