10/2 TMM: Did the Rams steal the Inglewood stadium site from Chargers?

Potential NFL stadium in Inglewood, California

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Rams, Chargers marriage for Inglewood site may not work – St. Louis Post-Dispatch
According to this report, Dean Spanos was the one who approached Stan Kroenke about the Inglewood stadium site and partnering up, back in 2013. Kroenke, who did not know about the site, said he was interested in the plan before secretly buying the plot of land himself. That could be what is keeping Spanos from joining the Inglewood stadium project now that Carson no longer appears viable.

Chargers Preview: Darren & Marty On If It’s A Must Win Game & Who Weddle Has His Eye On – Mighty 1090 (video)
Is this a must-win game for the 1-2 San Diego Chargers? Darren Smith and Marty Caswell discuss the matchup versus the Cleveland Browns, a new left tackle for Philip Rivers and who Eric Weddle has his eye on.

Just live up to your dad’s name and solve the NFL’s L.A. problem, baby! – ESPN
A in-depth look at the owner of the Raiders, Mark Davis, and how he is hoping to get to Los Angeles to live up to his father’s legacy.

No Time To Dwell For Chargers – Mighty 1090 (video)
No one’s feeling sorry for the Chargers despite serious injury problems. Joe Tutino and Jay Paris are just hoping the Red Cross doesn’t show up on Sunday versus the Bengals.

By the numbers: 2015 vs. Byrnes years – San Diego Union-Tribune
Did A.J. Preller make any progress with the San Diego Padres in his first year as the team’s General Manager?

Padres Fans Sounds Off On Season – Mighty 1090 (video)
With the season winding down, Annie Heilbrunn went to Petco Park to find some Padres fans that were willing to recap the 2015 Padres and try and find out where it all went wrong.

The inaugural San Diego Gulls season is almost here! Get ready by checking out the song that will be playing at the Valley View Casino Center each time the Gulls score a goal at home:


To make sure you’re there when the fun kicks off, click here to buy your tickets, and make sure you’re there on the following two games to enjoy great giveaways.

Home Opener: Saturday, Oct. 10 vs. Grand Rapids (affiliate of the
NHL’s Detroit Red Wings) – Commemorative Ticket Giveaway

Willie O’Ree Night: Friday, Oct. 16 vs. Bakersfield (affiliate of the NHL’s
Edmonton Oilers) – Jersey Rally Towel Giveaway & $2 beer night


Thank You Padres Fans! – BobScanlan.com
With news that his broadcasting role will be changing after this season, Bob Scanlan wrote a heartfelt message to the city of San Diego and Padres fans, and it is definitely worth your time.

Rivers To Over-Over-Communicate With Patchwork O-Line; Gordon Hungry To Find End Zone – Mighty 1090 (video)
Hear Philip Rivers speak about how he will handle the changing O-Line; plus, hear Melvin Gordon talk about his itch to find the end zone.

Kennedy stellar in potential final act for Padres – Padres.com
In what could be his last start as a Padre, Ian Kennedy struck out 11 and yielded only 1 run (and zero walks) against the Brewers. With this start, Kennedy became the only pitcher in the National League to make 30 or more starts in each of the last six seasons.

Kemp’s Season Is Kaput – Mighty 1090
Jay Paris talks with those in and around the San Diego Padres clubhouse to find out how they view Matt Kemp after his first year with the team.

Playing the Right Way? – FOX Sports
The most overused, overwrought cliché in baseball? Play the game the right way. What does that even mean, though? The answer to that question must take into account three important factors: When, Who, and Where.

Aztecs Look To Win Back Oil Can vs. Fresno State – Mighty 1090 (video)
Jordan Carruth breaks down three things the Aztecs must do in order to bring back the oil can to San Diego, and open conference play with a win over Fresno State.


Knockaround Sunglasses is ten years old! Find out how this San Diego company started, and take a look at their history, in their “Decade of Knocks” video.

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