Did San Diego reject 9 Chargers stadium proposals?

San Diego Chargers Chairman of the Board Dean Spanos

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Matt Hall: “Chargers At Most Have Had 2 Legit Proposals, Not 9″ – Mighty 1090 (audio)
Union Tribune Opinion Director Matt Hall joined Scott and BR to talk about his takedown of Dean Spanos’ interview where he claimed the Chargers have had 9 proposals rejected by the city.


NFL begins mad dash to resolve relocation uncertainty – San Diego Union-Tribune

The NFL is less than a week away from all of its owners convening in Houston with the aim of resolving the relocation riddle, and the league is further away from a solution than virtually anyone involved imagined it would be at this point.

St. Louis Rams’ relocation bid contends they have the best plan for L.A. and NFL – Los Angeles Times
The Inglewood stadium proposal backed by the St. Louis Rams is vastly superior to the rival plan in Carson and could be a financial windfall for the NFL, the franchise argued in its relocation application submitted to the league Monday.

Steve Fisher: ‘It (The Allegations) Had An Impact On Recruiting’Aztecs head coach Steve Fisher commented on the NCAA’s findings that allegations against the men’s basketball program were found to be unsubstantiated, the impact it had on recruiting, and how he and his staff handled this situation both internally and externally.

 

With fighting dying out in the NHL, four former enforcers are plying their trade in San Diego – ESPN
With the role of enforcer being mostly abandoned by the NHL, four players have found a place with the Gulls. And San Diego’s fearsome foursome now makes up one of the most intimidating groups in pro hockey.

The Gulls face off against the Charlotte Checkers on Friday night at the Valley View Casino Center, so go support your Gulls or catch the game on The Mighty 1090.

Whisenhunt, McCoy among play-caller options – San Diego Union-Tribune
Whisenhunt, the team’s offensive coordinator and play-caller in 2013, is among the candidates to fill the vacancy that arose Monday with Frank Reich’s dismissal. The notion of other prospects existing at the position, however, should not be overlooked as the hiring process unfolds.

Buster Olney On Trevor Hoffman’s HOF Chances – Mighty 1090 (audio)
ESPN’s Buster Olney on why the Hall of Fame needs to change their system, why Trevor Hoffman faces obstacles his first year & why the Padres are years away from contending.

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