Chargers optimistic as OTAs kick off

San Diego Chargers QB Philip Rivers

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Chargers move on with first offseason workout – San Diego Union-Tribune
For many, the embers are still smoldering, a reminder of the flames that consumed our town’s team last fall. Burnt dreams make it difficult to envision a quick rebuild after a season went up in smoke.

At Chargers Park, where the Great Dumpster Fire of 2015 started, they are working to clear the air.

“We’re 0-0,” Philip Rivers said Monday “That team that gathered today was not 4-12.”

AUDIO: Danny Woodhead On The Start Of Chargers OTA’s, Whisenhunt & His Golf Skills
Chargers running back Danny Woodhead on the start of off-season workouts, return of Ken Whisenhunt, and how he rates his golf skills.

Rivers, Allen, Verrett on offseason workouts, building new team
Chargers quarterback Philip Rivers, wide receiver Keenan Allen, and cornerback Jason Verrett on the team starting offseason workouts, building camaraderie with new teammates, and hopes for a turnaround.

 

Verrett likes Oregon DE Buckner for Bolts – San Diego Union-Tribune
Like everyone else who cares about the Chargers, cornerback Jason Verrett has contemplated which player he’d like Tom Telesco to draft at No. 3.

“Keep it real: Damn, I want Buckner; that’s who I want,” Verrett told a group of reporters. “I’m going to be honest with you.”

AUDIO: Steve Fisher: “I’m Anxious To Get Reports Back From The NBA Clubs On Malik”
SDSU Head Coach Steve Fisher joined Scott and BR to talk about his coaching future, Malik Pope declaring for the NBA Draft, he details the new rules of declaring for the draft and his thoughts on Kawhi Leonard winning his 2nd Defensive Player of the Year award.

Gulls hope to carry first season success into playoffs
Craig Elsten caught up with a few Gulls players to talk about the successful return of Gulls hockey in San Diego & how this team plans to carry the momentum into the playoffs.

 

Storm ‘out of box’ with Midway home run derby – San Diego Union-Tribune
It’s been more than 70 years since the USS Midway first began launching projectiles off its deck. Leave it to a zany minor league team to find a new way to put the retired naval vessel to work: a home run derby.

Steven Adams nearly ripped out the Mavericks’ heart with a game-winner, but it came just late – SB Nation
For a moment, it appeared as if the Thunder had shocked the Mavericks at the buzzer in Game 2 of their Western Conference playoff series. Steven Adams scored on a tip-in as the final horn sounded, but the shot was a fraction of a second late.

Jamal Crawford voted 6th man for third time – USA Today
Los Angeles Clippers shooting guard Jamal Crawford has been voted as the NBA’s Sixth Man of the Year, a person with knowledge of the situation told USA TODAY Sports.

 

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