9/8 TMM: Is the Carson stadium project finally dead?

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Does Carson’s mayor, a leader in the city’s NFL stadium push, live in Carson? – Los Angeles Times
State law generally requires that elected officials live in the communities they represent. If Robles’ primary residence is an apartment building near USC, he would be ineligible to serve as Carson’s mayor at a time he is spearheading the city’s push to bring professional football back to the L.A. area.

Padres’ rally comes up short vs. Rockies – Padres.com
Kyle Kendrick yielded three runs in five innings and hit his first career home run on Monday as the Rockies edged the Padres, 6-4, at Petco Park.

Chargers New Kicker Josh Lambo Doesn’t Lack Confidence As Bolts Set 53-Man Roster – Mighty 1090
An in-depth look at the San Diego Chargers’ 53-man roster, including getting to know the team’s new starting kicker: undrafted free agent rookie Josh Lambo.

GM Tom Telesco Explains Roster Decisions – Chargers.com
What goes into deciding who makes the 53-man roster? Why did the front office decide to go with Lambo over Novak? Telesco tries his best to answer these questions the day after final roster cuts.

Chargers season tickets reach 7-year high – San Diego Union-Tribune
Nobody can seem to figure out why, but the Chargers are selling season tickets (to what might be their final year in San Diego) like hotcakes.

Will Ferrell At Petco Park For “Ferrell Takes The Field” – Mighty 1090 (video)
Check out Will Ferrell’s introductory speech at Petco Park for his new documentary, “Ferrell Takes The Field.”

Will Padres give Kennedy a qualifying offer? – San Diego Union-Tribune
It sounds as though Ian Kennedy has earned himself a qualifying offer with a strong second half of the season.

Breaking Down the Chargers Captains – Chargers.com
After mistakenly announcing the wrong Captains for the team earlier this preseason, the Chargers have now announced their real captains (including two temporary captains).

Wil Myers Back In The Lineup For Padres – Mighty 1090 (video)
Wil Myers is back with the Padres’ major league club for the first time since June 13th. Hear how he feels after having a bone spur removed from his wrist; plus, assistant general manager Josh Stein and manager Pat Murphy talk about the timing of the move and whether Myers will continue to play first base after Yonder Alonso is healthy.

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