10/7 TMM: NFL Owners Chime in on Which Team Should Be in L.A.

Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones

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Facing their own deadline, owners offer diverging views on how to return NFL to L.A. – L.A. Times
NFL Owners that have taken sides in the race to L.A. between the Chargers, Rams, and Raiders spoke out at the NFL’s Fall Owners Meetings, explaining why they’d vote for the team that they would vote for to get the L.A. market. Jerry Jones remains the loudest supporter of Stan Kroenke, but a few Dean Spanos supporters have starting to match his volume.

Chargers OLB Jerry Attaochu Ready To Take It Up A Notch – Mighty 1090
Second-year pass rusher Jerry Attaochu has already grown his game a lot since his rookie season and seems ready to become a star in the league. The key will be staying healthy.

It’s time for the Chargers to make a change at Linebacker – Bolts from the Blue
Looking through the game film, it’s hard to argue that Denzel Perryman wouldn’t offer an improvement in performance over both Manti Te’o and Donald Butler at this point.

Manti Te’o “I’m Going To Get Better”, Trevor Robinson On Rivers & The Makeshift Offensive Line – Mighty 1090 (video)
Manti Te’o, who is in his third season with the San Diego Chargers after dropping in the draft amid concerns that he would issues with tackling, believes that he’s going to get better at tackling.

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:


San Diego opens its season this Saturday, October 10 against the Grand Rapids Griffins (Detroit’s affiliate) at its new home arena, Valley View Casino Center. There are still a few tickets left, but act fast to get yours!

SDSU’s Spencer has left behind FT form – San Diego Union-Tribune
Senior Skylar Spencer has switched from his left to right hand to shoot free throws this season, and has already seen big results from the change in practice.

Should Klinsmann Be Fired If U.S. Loses To Mexico? – Mighty 1090 (video)
Darren Smith and Jordan Carruth debate whether Landon Donovan is right when the former star forward said that Jurgen Klinsmann should be fired if the U.S. men’s national team loses to Mexico in the Confederations Cup playoff.

Amid high hopes, 2015 Padres never fully gel – Padres.com
Corey Brock puts a bow on the San Diego Padre 2015 season, which started with the most exciting offseason in team history and ended with the same disappointment fans have faced for years.

The Right Man For The Padres’ Job: Ozzie Guillen? – Mighty 1090
Jay Paris throws out there an interesting name for the Padres to consider while they look for their next manager.

Myles Jack to withdraw from UCLA and prepare for NFL draft – USA Today
For a player that is guaranteed a first-round draft spot in next year’s draft, and won’t be able to play again this year with a knee injury, this is an interesting choice by UCLA’s LB/RB Myles Jack.

Squadcast: Chargers Quarter-Season Review – Mighty 1090 (audio)
Ben Higgins and John Gennaro look back at the first four games of the 2015 regular season for the San Diego chargers and wonder where Mike McCoy’s team is heading.



One thought on “10/7 TMM: NFL Owners Chime in on Which Team Should Be in L.A.

  1. Mark Viguri

    The Rams & Raiders are the only teams moving to LA. They are the only teams LA wants. Stop with the Chargers moving B$. That’s why the Chargers are back to talking about Downtown. The NFL really needs to award LA to the Rams and get over it.

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