Joey Bosa holds out of Chargers Mini Camp over contract dispute

San Diego Chargers DE Joey Bosa at practice

GM Tom Telesco Reacts to Joey Bosa Skipping Chargers Mini Camp –
“We’re disappointed he’s not here,” said General Manager Tom Telesco. “But we’ve got to treat all of our players the same. That’s the big thing. We can’t do one thing different for one guy and the same for 89 others. These things tend to get worked out. It’s June, and we’ll just keep going.”

ACEE: Chargers, Bosa will find medium in contract dispute – San Diego Union-Tribune
Several league sources, some who decried the San Diego Chargers’ penchant for planting their heels in contract negotiations and others who felt the agents were drawing a line that didn’t need to be drawn for the sake of saving face, were virtually unanimous in the opinion this standoff will end before the preseason.

VIDEO: Brandon Mebane On Bringing Swagger To Chargers’ Defense
Chargers NT Brandon Mebane on mini camp, bringing swagger to the defensive line, working with Corey Liuget and why he’s impressed by Matt Slauson and the offensive line.

AUDIO: Danny Woodhead on the Return of Ken Whisenhunt
San Diego Chargers running back Danny Woodhead on having Ken Whisenhunt back, helping the younger players and who he likes in the US Open.

Five-run first derails Pomeranz, Padres –
With two outs and a run already across, Mathis smashed a 3-1 fastball from Padres ace Drew Pomeranz into the left-field seats, putting the Marlins up five before San Diego even came to bat. Koehler took over from there, tossing six quality innings and allowing two runs, while striking out eight to match his season high.

VIDEO: Barry Bonds On Friendship With Tony Gwynn, Being A Dumbass With Media And If He’ll Get In HOF
Barry Bonds discussed his friendship with the great Tony Gwynn, regrets on being a dumbass with the media and if he thinks he’ll get into the Baseball Hall of Fame.

AUDIO: Peter Seidler: “We’re Probably 2 Years Away.”
Padres Owner Peter Seidler joined Scott and BR to respond to the local blogs calling for Mike Dee’s firing, the front office dynamics, what the plan for the Padres organization is, his faith in AJ Preller, the criticism from fans and when we can expect the Padres to compete for the playoffs.

VIDEO: Ryan Schimpf: ‘I’ve Waited A Long Time For This’
Ryan Schimpf, who led all of Minor League Baseball with a 1.160 OPS & .729 SLG, on being recalled from Triple-A El Paso and making his Major League debut Tuesday night at third base with the Padres.

8 total long shots that might actually win the 2016 U.S. Open – For The Win
Golf has been on a substantially good run of impressive major winners recently. Outside of Danny Willett, headliners like Rory McIlroy, Jordan Spieth, Jason Day and Bubba Watson have all collected majors in recent years.

Golf, to put it simply, is overdue for a long shot, out-of-nowhere major winner, and what better place than the 2016 U.S. Open?


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