5/19 Morning Mighty: Are the Chargers bolting out of town?

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CSAG Presents Proposal For New Mission Valley NFL Stadium – Mighty 1090
There were renderings and even a model, and at the end of the day the Chargers had an entire stadium project to look over before deciding if they will stay in San Diego.

A Helpful Breakdown Of The CSAG Stadium Proposal – Mighty 1090 (Video)
Annie Heilbrunn goes digging into the numbers and fine print presented at the CSAG press conference to try and determine if this stadium proposal is a good deal for the Chargers or not.

Dean Spanos Relinquishes Control Of The Chargers – Mighty 1090
As if there wasn’t enough news with the stadium proposal, the Chargers had some news of their own. Mainly, that Dean Spanos would be handing control of day-to-day operations of the team over to his sons John and A.G. Spanos.

Chargers, Raiders add heavy hitter Carmen Policy to Carson stadium bid – L.A. Times
Is hiring a retired former NFL owner to help with the Carson stadium bid just another smokescreen by the Chargers and Mark Fabiani, a way to negotiate, or could this signal the end for San Diego?

SDSU awaits word from top transfer – UT San Diego
Louisville transfer Shaqquan Aaron, a 6-foot-7 guard oozing with talent, visited with this parents on Friday and Saturday, touring campus, seeing Viejas Arena, viewing the construction progress of the basketball practice facility, sitting in Coach Steve Fisher’s office, sharing meals. Then he left, without committing to the Aztecs or politely declining. Now the wait begins

Giron’s potential on display in full-season debut – Padres.com
Padres second-year pro Ruddy Giron accomplished a feat that many professional ballplayers never sniff, and he did it in his first Class A game with little to no sleep. The 18-year-old Dominican shortstop went 6-for-6 with a home run during his 2015 debut for Fort Wayne on Monday. And according to Fort Wayne manager Francisco Morales, Giron had to overcome a 3 a.m. wake-up call to do it.

Now Comes The Sticky Part Of The Chargers Stadium Saga – Mighty 1090
Jay Paris looks ahead to what is next in the battle to keep the Chargers in San Diego, now that CSAG has officially made their recommendation to the Mayor and their presentation to the public.

 

San Diego Mayor Kevin Faulconer discussed his reaction to the Citizen’s Stadium Advisory Group’s stadium plan, why he’s so optimistic it can get done and if the Chargers share his same enthusiasm:


 

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