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Keenan Allen hospitalized with kidney injury – San Diego union-Tribune
Keenan Allen missed a big chunk of Sunday’s loss to the Ravens after getting injured catching a touchdown pass. First, Coach McCoy reported that he just had the wind knocked out of him. Later, it sounded like Allen may have bruised ribs. By Sunday night, Allen was in the hospital.

Even after landing Vernon Davis, Broncos’ John Elway may not be done dealing – USA Today
The NFL trade deadline is today and the Broncos made the biggest splash yesterday, landing former Pro Bowl TE Vernon Davis from the 49ers to replace the departed Julius Thomas.

Should The Chargers Trade Eric Weddle? – Mighty 1090
Eric Weddle is in the last year of his contract with the San Diego Chargers and won’t be back next year. Should the team be shopping him around the league? Are they? Could the Chargers possibly be talking to the Lions about trading for Calvin Johnson?

Nats reverse course, hire Dusty Baker as manager – ESPN
After hitting a snag in contract negotiations, former Padres manager Bud Black is still without a job.

Padres offered Gardenhire, Wallach bench coach job – San Diego Union-Tribune
Having hired rookie manager Andy Green last week, it’s not surprising that the Padres would seek experience in their next bench coach. At the moment, where they will find that experience is unclear.

Padres aim to balance righty-heavy roster – Padres.com
It sounds like the Padres fans should strap themselves in for another offseason filled with big trades and free agent signings that look to reshape this roster into one that can contend for the division title.

Is New Aztecs PG Jeremy Hemsley The Missing Piece? (video) – Mighty 1090
It’s no secret the Aztecs “struggled” last year without a true point guard. This season, that won’t be the case. Meet new freshman point guard Jeremy Hemsley, who will be a critical piece to a team filled with growing expectations.

SDSU routs San Marcos in exhibition – San Diego Union-Tribune
Could this finally be the year that the Aztecs’ offense catches up with their defense and makes them one of the best teams in the nation? It looked that way last night.

Chargers-Ravens Hangover: Cleaning House, Injuries, Return Game & More
Is it time for the San Diego Chargers to start trading players and firing coaches? Would there be any benefit to doing that? Annie Heilbrunn takes us through the team’s options:

 

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