Philip Rivers is excited to be staying in San Diego

San Diego Chargers QB Philip Rivers

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Philip Rivers on staying in San Diego – Mighty 1090 (audio)
Chargers QB Philip Rivers tells Darren Smith why he’s fired up to be staying in San Diego for at least one more year, re-energizing the fan base with a better season, and why gives a slight edge to Denver in the Super Bowl.

San Diegans need answers to stadium questions – San Diego Union-Tribune
Kevin Acee says that, to get an NFL stadium done in San Diego, now is the time for the City, the County, and the Chargers to come together and create a plan that works for all three parties. Then they have to go about explaining it and selling it to the people that will likely have to vote on it.

Mayor Faulconer: “San Diegans Will Support A Good Deal” – Mighty 1090 (audio)
Mayor Kevin Faulconer joined Kevin Acee last night to talk about the Chargers news from last Friday and what the next steps are in the stadium deal for San Diego.

Time For Chargers & City To Come Together: Now that the Chargers are staying in San Diego for 2016, Scott Kaplan says its time for the city of San Diego and the Chargers to come together and find a stadium solution!

 

Why I think the Chargers are staying in San Diego – Bolts from the Blue
John Gennaro explains why Dean Spanos meeting with Mayor Faulconer and County Supervisor Roberts is a very good sign for San Diego, and why he thinks it means doom for the Chargers’ chances of bolting to Los Angeles.

Peyton Manning remains mum on retirement, backs Cam for MVP – USA Today
Peyton Manning had no interest in making any announcement Monday about his future plans to a throng of media on Super Bowl Opening Night. The Denver Broncos quarterback once again stiff-armed questions about whether he plans to retire after Super Bowl 50.

Mike Tolbert talks to Marty Caswell before playing in Super Bowl 50 – Mighty 1090 (video)
Panthers fullback Mike Tolbert on his road to the Super Bowl, playing for Ron Rivera, and why he didn’t stay in San Diego.

Perseverance pays as Snedeker wins Farmers Open – San Diego Union-Tribune
Nearly 23 hours after his last putt fell on Sunday, Brandt Snedeker was the champion for a second time of the Farmers Open at Torrey Pines. The incredible 3-under-par 69 he shot in brutal rain and wind held up when all of the other players near the top of the board had to complete their rounds.

16 days until Spring Training: Embrace the brown with the Padres’ newest uniforms – MLB.com
Many fans are very, very excited to see the San Diego Padres once again donning brown uniforms this season, even if it is only on Fridays.

 

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