Ex-Chargers Leave Their Mark on Radio Row

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Tune in to The Mighty 1090 this week to hear Dan Sileo, Darren Smith, Marty Caswell, Scott Kaplan, Billy Ray Smith, and Kevin Acee broadcasting live from Radio Row in San Francisco! You can see all of our videos, and hear all of the great interviews, from San Francisco right here.

It was another great day filled with fun, excitement, and great interviews from the entire Mighty 1090 team. Chief amongst them were emotional interviews of the most successful offensive player in San Diego Chargers history, and the least successful draft pick the team has ever known.

LT On Chargers Staying In SD, Stacked 06 Team & Why Raiders To San Diego Doesn’t Make Sense – Mighty 1090 (audio)
LaDainian Tomlinson talked with Darren Smith and explained why he thought the Chargers would’ve won a Super Bowl if they hadn’t fired Marty Schottenheimer, before saying that the ‘San Diego Raiders’ rumor doesn’t make any sense.

Ryan Leaf On Rock Bottom In Prison To Recovery & Four Years Of Sober Living
Former Chargers QB Ryan Leaf talked with Marty Caswell about his path from rehabilitation to rock bottom in prison and how his life has changed since his release. Leaf went even deeper with Kevin Acee later that night, and you can hear that interview here.

Jack Youngblood: “You Can’t Take The Physics Out Of The Game”
Dan Sileo sits down with NFL Hall of Famer Jack Youngblood to talk about the growth of the NFL, Super Bowl 50, concussions, and more.

Warren Moon Talks Cam Newton, Peyton Manning, and Super Bowl 50 With Scott & BR
Warren Moon sat down with Scott and BR to talk all things Super Bowl 50, Cam Newton’s polarizing personality and if Peyton Manning has enough left in the tank to go out on top.

Scott & BR, D. Smith Radio Row Day 2 Madness
Scott & BR, and Darren Smith talkin all the madness on Radio Row day 2, their visit to a great Chargers bar (Danny Coyle’s), and more.

 

Padres sign Rodney, trade Despaigne – San Diego Union-Tribune
Two weeks after reaching an agreement, the Padres made Fernando Rodney’s deal official Thursday, clearing a roster spot for the veteran reliever with a minor trade. In conjunction with the signing, the club also announced that right-hander Odrisamer Despaigne had been dealt to the Baltimore Orioles for right-handed pitching prospect Jean Cosme.

BMX star Dave Mirra dies – USA Today
An X-Games Champion and a legend in the world of extreme sports, Dave Mirra committed suicide at the age of 41-years old.

Gulls In Flight #15: Matt Hackett – Mighty 1090 (audio)
The AHL All-Star Break is over and it’s time to get back on the ice as the San Diego Gulls make their push for a Calder Cup playoff spot! Join “Voice of the Gulls” Craig Elsten and color commentator B.J. MacPherson for a look at the week that was in Gulls hockey, as well as a preview of a big weekend ahead.

Inside Peyton Manning’s secret investigation into Al Jazeera documentary – Washington Post
Five days before a documentary alleged that quarterback Peyton Manning and other star athletes had used performance-enhancing drugs, a private investigation of the documentary’s key witness had already begun, funded and fueled by the Broncos QB.

 

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