Chargers’ potential draft choices narrow


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AUDIO: Michael Gehlken On Chargers Oline, Re-Signing Hairston & Biggest Draft Needs
San Diego Chargers beat writer for the San Diego Union-Tribune, Michael Gehlken joined Darren Smith and Marty Caswell yesterday to say that the team is probably not going to draft an offensive tackle in the 1st Round of the 2016 NFL Draft after signing back all three of their OTs from last season.

The Chargers Downtown Stadium Plan is Coming – Bolts from the Blue
Get ready for another round of stadium talk next week, because the San Diego Chargers’ downtown stadium Citizen’s Initiative plan is on its way.

AUDIO: Jason Verrett: “I’m Excited For All The Things We’ve Done In Free Agency So Far”
Chargers cornerback Jason Verrett joined Kevin Acee last night to give his thoughts on the Chargers offseason and what he is expecting for next season.

PODCAST: How Does Darren Smith Look On The Big Screen?
This week on the Unnamed Soccer Podcast, Darren Smith and Jordan Carruth get you caught up on EPL action, Champions League action, and talk about their outing to the premiere of Club Frontera.

Why Andrew Cashner might finally be all he can be – San Diego Union-Tribune
New San Diego Padres manager Andy Green is determined to get every last ounce of potential out of Andrew Cashner this year, which is bad news for opposing hitters.

Padres working toward improved OF range –
The Padres are working on positioning and route-running to try and improve the overall outfield defense, but just by starting the season with Melvin Upton Jr. and Jon Jay sharing 2/3rds of the outfield space, Padres fans could see some truly fantastic defensive plays. Andy Green is excited at the prospect of the team possibly winning a Gold Glove in left field.

VIDEO: Padre fan shows off Petco Park’s food to Trevor Hoffman
The local tourism group released a commercial on YouTube today featuring Trevor Hoffman and a fellow super fan who takes him on a food tour of the San Diego Padres home ballpark.

FanFest, All-Star Sunday tickets on sale – San Diego Union-Tribune
While tickets for All-Star Sunday and FanFest went on sale Wednesday morning, non-season-ticket holders hoping to purchase entry to All-Star Week’s premier events – the home run derby and the game itself – will have to register online for the opportunity to purchase full-ticket strips.

Barry Bonds just beat the Marlins in a home run contest – McCovey Chronicles
The 51-year-old Bonds took on his new team in a batting practice contest and beat everyone. Even Giancarlo Stanton, his very large protégé.

AUDIO: Winston Shepard: “When I Got That Last Rebound I Was Elated”
Aztec Forward Winston Shepard joined Scott and BR to talk his cryogenic treatment, his triple double last night which was the first ever in SDSU history, what his twitter avatar means and getting over not getting into the NIT.


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