Chargers prepare for last game

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Chargers line shuffles toward last game – San Diego Union-Tribune
The 2015 season for the line reads like a blackjack table in Barona. Joe D’Alessandris, the position coach, has the men practice positional flexibility throughout the offseason. Too often, the versatility has been put into practice. In nine of 15 games, the line that began the game didn’t finish it. At least one substitution was required in 11 games. And too often, when one sub was needed, a second one proved not far behind.

Will Sunday’s game in Denver be the last for the San Diego Chargers? Joe Tutino and Jay Paris discuss the possibility in the video below.


Chargers’ Eric Weddle, on IR, runs sprints – San Diego Union-Tribune
In yet another chapter in the saga between team and player, Eric Weddle showed up at Chargers practice and ran sprints in front of the media just days after being put on Injured-Reserve by the team with a lower-body injury.

Bama vs. Clemson is the CFP’s glorified SEC title game – ESPN
Folks down south view Clemson as the most SEC of teams that aren’t SEC, so folks from everywhere else might look at the Tigers’ showdown with Alabama in the College Football Playoff National Championship as a glorified SEC game.

Stars Shine on New Year’s Eve in 6-1 Win Over Gulls –
The San Diego Gulls fell behind 3-0 after the first period and could not recover, falling 6-1 to the Texas Stars in front of 4,387 at Cedar Park Center just outside of Austin, Texas. Gemel Smith had a pair of goals for the Stars (17-13-2-2), who leapfrogged the Gulls for second place in the AHL Pacific Division standings.

Mark Dantonio was not in the mood to do a pregame interview with Heather Cox – For The Win
Well, this sort of attitude probably isn’t going endear Mark Dantonio to anyone.



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