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Chargers Report: Who Is Rivers Most Excited About? Where Is Fluker Playing? – Mighty 1090 (Video)
Annie Heilbrunn has your report from Chargers Training Camp … Watch to see which player Philip Rivers is most excited about right now, who’s not practicing and more.

Late rally not enough as Padres fall to Crew – Padres.com
The Brewers manufactured a pair of four-run innings to reward rookie Taylor Jungmann for another strong start, and they avoided a late scare for an 8-5 win over the Padres on Wednesday at Miller Park.

Catch the fourth and final game of the series in Milwaukee today at 11:10am on The Mighty 1090!

Unnamed Soccer Show: English Premier League Preview – Mighty 1090 (Video)
Darren Smith and Jordan Carruth preview the upcoming English Premier League season and what to look for.

Morrow likely headed for season-ending surgery – Padres.com
Right-handed pitcher Brandon Morrow has likely thrown his last pitch for the Padres. Morrow, who in November signed a one-year deal for $2.5 million with the possibility of earning $5 million in incentives, was 2-0 with a 2.73 ERA in five starts before landing on the disabled list in late May with inflammation in his right shoulder.

Scott & Annie: Del Mar’s Next American Race Caller
Scott Kaplan & Annie Heilbrunn preview the upcoming week at the Del Mar race track, and also the track’s search for next great race caller.

Johnnie Troutman ready for a fight – San Diego Union-Tribune
Troutman is the incumbent starter at right guard. Whether he’ll start to begin the 2015 season remains to be seen. He has a fight ahead with Joe Barksdale among the number of teammates also competing for the job — right tackle D.J. Fluker worked there, too, Wednesday for the first time this camp.

Manti Te’o On What Junior Seau Meant To Polynesian Community – Mighty 1090 (Video)
Chargers LB Manti Te’o on why a big play last season gave him confidence, what type of competition Denzel Perryman is bringing to the linebackers group and what Junior Seau meant to the Polynesian community.

Roger Goodell’s manipulation of Tom Brady’s testimony leaves NFL on slippery slope – Yahoo! Sports
At this point it’s fair to say the NFL was immediately convinced the New England Patriots deflated footballs in the AFC championship game and then worked backward with great diligence and, at times, great duplicity to conclude it as true.

Remembering Chick Hearn, the Michelangelo of broadcasters – Sports Illustrated
The radio fluttered and woofed and then stammered crazily as if it were possessed by a demon that was trying to clear its throat. Then came a clear and resonant voice: “From high above the western sideline of the Los Angeles Forum, the world’s most beautiful sports theater, hello again, everybody, this is Chick Hearn.”

The Hardest Part of NFL Training Camp: ‘Game of Thrones’ Spoilers – Wall Street Journal
As NFL players start training camp, they’ve got to make weight and learn the playbook. These are the requirements to make the team in the fall. But among players, another task has become equally important, and it’s causing problems throughout NFL camps.

You must finish watching “Game of Thrones,” because the loudest debate in NFL locker rooms right now is not over Deflategate; it’s over television spoilers.

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