Goodell: “The Chargers belong in San Diego.”

Join Randy Jones, Kurt Bevacqua, Hank Bauer, John Carney and all of your favorite Mighty 1090 personalities on Friday, April 29th for The 2nd Annual Mighty 1090 Open at Riverwalk Golf Club!

 

Dean Spanos, Roger Goodell, Philip Rivers & LT Kick Off The Chargers Signature Gathering Campaign
Hear from NFL commissioner Roger Goodell, Chargers owner Dean Spanos, the great LaDainian Tomlinson and Philip Rivers as the Chargers kicked off their signature gathering campaign for a new stadium downtown.

 

Roger Goodell & Dean Spanos On Chargers Stadium, Optimism And The Mayor

NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell discusses his support of the Chargers signature-gathering signature campaign, keeping the Bolts in town and what he thinks of Mayor Kevin Faulconer not attending. Dean Spanos on the overwhelming support from Chargers fans and why he’s optimistic something can get done.

 

Philip Rivers, LT, Tom Telesco On “Overwhelming” Beginning As Charger Kick Off Their Stadium Drive

Chargers quarterback Philip Rivers, the great LaDainian Tomlinson and general manager Tom Telesco discuss their reaction to the turnout by San Diegans as the Chargers kick off their stadium drive.

 

Padres’ Bullpen Loses Game, Series to Cardinals
Despite getting strong performances by Andrew Cashner, Cesar Vargas, and Colin Rea in their three-game series against the St. Louis Cardinals, the San Diego Padres lost two of three and the series due to a leaky bullpen.

Kemp, Myers eye ASG starts on home field – MLB.com
Right fielder Matt Kemp and first baseman Wil Myers headline the list of Padres on the 2016 Esurance MLB All-Star Game ballot, which was released Sunday. The All-Star Game presented by MasterCard will take place Tuesday, July 12. Jon Jay and Melvin Upton Jr. join Kemp as potential outfield options.

San Diego Chargers GM: Running game has to improve – NFL.com
The San Diego Chargers’ running game woes in 2015 led to a sorrowful admission recently from last year’s first-round pick, running back Melvin Gordon, even though it wasn’t his fault.

But general manager Tom Telesco isn’t exactly pumping the brakes and trying to make everyone feel better. Although the staff isn’t ready to give up on Gordon — and they shouldn’t be — they aren’t treading lightly when it comes to talking about their failures on the ground.

Momentum keeps building toward possible Raiders move to Las Vegas – ProFootballTalk
Three months ago, the Raiders came in third in a three-team race to Los Angeles. They may end up winning a one-team quest for Las Vegas.

Byron Scott out after Lakers-worst 17-65 season – ESPN
Byron Scott will not return to coach the Los Angeles Lakers next season, the team announced late Sunday.

Scott coached the Lakers for the two worst seasons in the 16-time NBA champion franchise’s history. The Lakers are making another break from the Kobe Bryant era by firing the coach who shepherded the superstar guard’s farewell season but couldn’t coax many wins out of an otherwise dismal roster.

With Stephen Curry injury, Warriors know their title defense is in jeopardy – USA Today
According to a person with knowledge of Curry’s situation, the early fear is that Steph Curry suffered a sprain in his medial collateral ligament during his second-quarter slip. The person spoke to USA TODAY Sports on the condition of anonymity because an official diagnosis has not yet been made.

The Warriors won’t know for sure until Monday, when Curry is scheduled to undergo an MRI. But if those fears are realized, it could be quite some time before he is playing again.

 

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