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Chargers Sign Center J.D. Walton, Add Burwell From Practice Squad – Mighty 1090
The San Diego Chargers made plenty of roster moves yesterday in an effort to have a deeper, healthier offensive line for Sunday’s game against the Browns.

Chargers need better from Philip Rivers – San Diego Union-Tribune
While there’s plenty of blame to go around for the Chargers’ performance the last couple of weeks, Philip Rivers is not without blame. He’ll need to turn it around and quickly if the team is hoping to avoid a lost season.

Stevie Johnson On Charger Slow Start & What He’s Learned About Philip Rivers – Mighty 1090 (video)
Chargers wide receiver Stevie Johnson visits Petco Park and discusses the team’s slow start and what he’s learned about Philip Rivers, as well as the toughest thing to do in all of sports.

San Diego Padres Fined for MLB Infraction Before International Draft – Bleacher Report
San Diego Padres GM A.J. Preller has gotten his team fined by Major League Baseball once again for not following their rules for working out international prospects. This time it was the Padres, for an undisclosed amount. Last time, it was a $50,000 fine for the Texas Rangers.

Padres Pitcher James Shields Reflects On Season And Looks To Future – Mighty 1090 (video)
Padres pitcher James Shields talks with Annie Heilbrunn about his first season in San Diego and how things look for the Padres next season.

Mickelson out of Torrey North project – San Diego Union-Tribune
San Diego’s own Phil Mickelson is ‘deeply disappointed’ that a pending ruling won’t allow him finish vision he had three years ago for a renovated North Course at Torrey Pines.

Corey Brock On What Changes Are Coming To Padres Roster & His Guess On Next Manager – Mighty 1090 (video)
Marty Caswell chats with MLB.com’s Corey Brock about what he thinks will happen this offseason with the San Diego Padres’ roster, and who he thinks could be the team’s manager in 2016.

Are abdominal injuries football’s next concussion story? – USA Today
Now that players are changing the way they’re tackling to avoid hitting the head, we’ve seen a rash of internal injuries resulting in severe long-term issues or even death among high school football players.

Squadcast: How Can The Chargers Fix Mike McCoy? (audio)
Ben Higgins and John Gennaro are back to talk about the San Diego Chargers, and things are not good in Chargers land. How can the coach be fixed? Is Philip Rivers elite? How could this mess have been saved by Telesco?

 

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