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San Diego Chargers RB LaDainian Tomlinson

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REPORT: $1 Billion Relocation Fee For NFL Teams Hoping To Move To Los Angeles (audio)
Scott Kaplan reports that, after talking to some very credible sources, any NFL team moving to Los Angeles will first have to pay a $1 billion relocation fee. Can the San Diego Chargers afford that?

Ladainian Tomlinson: “There Is Nothing That Can Be Done To Keep The Chargers In San Diego”
The great Ladainian Tomlinson joined Scott and BR to talk about the rash of Chargers injuries this season, the resources other teams have that the Chargers don’t and why he thinks it is a forgone conclusion the Chargers are leaving San Diego.

Is Johnson QB to lead SDSU into spread? – San Diego Union-Tribune
Though the SDSU coaches can’t talk about Lucas Johnson until he signs, they must be salivating at the possibilities he presents. Head coach Rocky Long has said he often considers switching to a spread offense, and Johnson seems the perfect specimen to make that happen.

Darren & Marty On Chargers’ Defensive Nemesis; Melvin Gordon On Strength & Stepping Up (video)
Darren Smith and Marty Caswell discuss the Chargers and Bears, key injuries, what John Pagano said about their defensive nemesis and Melvin Gordon discusses why he wears a key around his neck and stepping up in the absence of Branden Oliver.

The Padres should blow it up – Beyond the Box Score
When all was said and done, the Padres went home with a losing record and three wins fewer than they had managed in 2014. A once-promising farm system was left nearly barren from all of Preller’s trades, and San Diego baseball is once again morose and uninspiring. The team now sits at a crossroads. Do they double down and try to win again, or do they cut their losses and sell players off for parts?

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Pettine won’t commit to another Johnny Manziel start – NFL.com
Former San Diego Padres draft pick Johnny Manziel had a national stage to prove he should be the Cleveland Browns’ starting QB, and seemingly just missed the opportunity.

Aztecs Rooting For Utah State This Weekend (video)
Jordan Carruth breaks down the state of the Mountain West Conference and Aztecs fans should be rooting for Utah State this weekend.

Bob Bradley agrees to join Ligue 2 club Le Havre AC as manager – Stars and Stripes FC
Former United States Men’s National Team manager Bob Bradley is on the move once again. He’s leaving Norwegian club Stabaek for Ligue 2 side Le Havre AC according to VG. Despite being linked to jobs like Sunderland and Aston Villa in the Premier League, it appears Bradley’s next destination will be the French second-division.

BTB: Hardwick goes 1-on-1 with D.J. Fluker (video) – Chargers.com
Former San Diego Chargers offensive lineman Nick Hardwick sits down and talks with his former teammate D.J. Fluker about transitioning to a new position and fighting through injuries this year.

Life Is A Beach For Gulls’ Zolnierczyk
The Gulls’ veteran left winger has a vista any hockey player — or anyone – would embrace. With the Gulls getting cozy with San Diego again, Zolnierczyk has settled in to the San Diego lifestyle.

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