4/22 Morning Mighty: Carson Stadium Moves Closer to Reality

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These Are Strange, Strange Times For The Chargers (Annie’s Take) – Mighty 1090
Between rumors of the team leaving San Diego, rumors of them trading Philip Rivers, and now a public dispute with superstar Eric Weddle….what the heck are the Chargers doing? Their fans want to know.

Carson fast-tracks Chargers-Raiders plan – UT San Diego
The Chargers (and Raiders) are one step closer to catching Stan Kroenke in the race to build an NFL stadium in Los Angeles after last night’s Carson City Council vote.

Philip Rivers on the schedule: “I’m fired up.” – Mighty 1090
Our own Marty Caswell spoke with Chargers QB Philip Rivers following the release of the NFL regular season schedule, and Rivers seems to be ready to attack this season the same way he has past seasons with the team.

With four-run eighth, Padres rally past reeling Rockies – Padres.com
The Padres continue to look like a team of destiny, once again coming from behind in the late innings to get a win over a divisional opponent. After taking the first two games against Colorado, San Diego can only win or tie the series.

2015 San Diego Chargers Regular Season Schedule – Mighty 1090
The Chargers will have plenty of opportunities this season, as they’ll be on national television several times and are matched up against AFC West foes at the end of the year.
 

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