9/24 TMM: Injuries pile up for the Chargers

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Injury Concerns Over Ladarius & Watt, Rivers & Weddle On Norv & The Vikings – Mighty 1090
Marty Caswell tries to sort out who might play for the Chargers on Sunday after looking at the harrowing injury report, and then talks with Philip Rivers and Eric Weddle about going up against their former head coach.

REPORT: NFL might only move one team to Los Angeles – Bolts from the Blue
Could the latest report mean that the Chargers will be forced to stay in San Diego by the NFL?

Keeping Continuity On O-Line Is Critical – Mighty 1090
Andrew Burer makes the argument for keeping Chris Hairston as the Chargers’ starting Right Guard until D.J. Fluker is ready to return from his ankle injury.

Oh my! Enberg to retire after next season – Padres.com
Padres televison broadcaster Dick Enberg announced during the on-air telecast of Wednesday night’s game against the Giants that he will retire following the 2016 season as the primary play-by-play television host for Fox Sports San Diego.

Birthday boy Gyorko gifts Padres with walk-off – Padres.com
Not that anybody has noticed, but Jedd Gyorko has had himself a very good second half to the 2015 MLB season. He has very quietly hit .262 with 13 HRs and 40 RBIs since the All-Star Break, all while settling into a very new position (Shortstop).

Pat Murphy On Yogi Berra’s Legacy And How The Game Has Changed Today – Mighty 1090 (video)
Padres manager Pat Murphy talks about the legacy of the great Yogi Berra and how the game has changed since Yogi played it.

The Reckoning: Football, Love, and Remembering Paul Oliver – SB Nation
On the two year anniversary of the suicide of former San Diego Chargers Defensive Back Paul Oliver, the world wonders how many more lives concussions in football will take.

Can The Aztecs Sneak Out A Win Vs Penn State? – Mighty 1090 (video)
SDSU hopefuls are looking for the biggest win in the program’s history this weekend, in hopes that it can turn around a dismal season.

PODCAST: Did Diego Costa Save Chelsea’s Season?
In this week’s Unnamed Soccer Podcast, Darren Smith and Jordan Carruth discuss the scene from Stamford Bridge with Chelsea vs. Arsenal. Was the crime worth it for Chelsea?

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