Chargers WR Stevie Johnson headed for knee surgery

Stevie Johnson

Stevie Johnson to Undergo Knee Procedure –
Head Coach Mike McCoy announced after practice today that Stevie Johnson will undergo a procedure on his right knee, and the team will have a better idea of how much time he will miss at that point.

Wideout James Jones visiting San Diego Chargers –
With Stevie Johnson set to undergo surgery on a torn meniscus, the San Diego Chargers are testing out potential replacements.

NFL Media Insider Ian Rapoport reported the Chargers are hosting long-time Green Bay Packers wideout James Jones on Tuesday, per sources.

AUDIO: Danny Woodhead On Hydration, Short Shorts, Training Camp & The Chargers Running Game
Danny Woodhead on the first few days of training camp, hydration, his love of short shorts and the Chargers running game.

REPORT: Chargers, Joey Bosa’s Representatives Haven’t Talked Since Thursday
The first Chargers preseason game of the year is on August 13th in Tennessee against the Titans. If this holdout stretches that far, it will draw into question whether Bosa can be ready for week 1 of the NFL regular season.

AUDIO: Shawne Merriman On His Own Rookie Holdout & Joey Bosa’s Biggest Hurdles When He Returns
Shawne Merriman on his own rookie holdout with the Chargers, what he missed and what Joey Bosa’s biggest hurdles will be when he returns.

Colin Rea Traded Back To The Padres
An odd thing happened yesterday, just a few days after the San Diego Padres sent Andrew Cashner and Colin Rea to the Miami Marlins in exchange for a handful of prospects. The Miami Marlins traded Colin Rea back to the San Diego Padres in exchange for one of the prospects that was in the original deal.

Padres hang onto Norris, relievers at Deadline –
Monday’s non-waiver Trade Deadline came and went, and the Padres’ roster looks markedly different than it did at the start of June — although Colin Rea is back with the club and catcher Derek Norris and relievers Brandon Maurer, Ryan Buchter and Brad Hand remain.

VIDEO: A.J. Preller On Reacquiring Colin Rea, Holding On To Derek Norris
Padres General Manager on why the Padres re-aquired Colin Rea and sent Luis Castillo back to the Marlins, and why he decided not to trade Derek Norris.

Five-run fifth lifts Padres over Brewers –
Padres leadoff hitter Travis Jankowski reached base all five times he came to the plate in a 7-3 win over the Brewers, while tallying a career-high three hits to pace the San Diego offense.

AUDIO: DJ Pumphrey And Jeff Horton In Studio With Scott And BR
Aztecs star running back DJ Pumphrey and Offensive Coordinator Jeff Horton joined Scott and BR in studio to preview the 2016 season, what DJ’s goal is for the season, how Coach Horton recruited DJ, why they’re excited about the team’s defense and how Christian Chapman looks heading into the season.

LeBron James chases the ghost from Chicago and basketball immortality – Sports Illustrated
After winning a championship for his hometown, LeBron James says the only motivation he has left is trying to have a better career than Michael Jordan had in Chicago.


Sign up to get the Morning Mighty delivered straight to your inbox every morning!


Today’s Padre Radio Network and Mighty1090am, “Winning in Any MarketPlace” Update with Craig Sewing, host of the Craig Sewing Show as heard on KCBQ and “The American Dream” COX Channel 4 Weekdays at 10:30am, follow the show at


fb-sewing twitter-sewing instagram-sewing

Here’s is today’s winning piece of advice!



Recently in Morning Mighty

San Diego Chargers linebacker Manti Te'o (50) during the second half of their NFL football game against the Kansas City Chiefs in Kansas City, Mo., Sunday, Sept. 11, 2016. (AP Photo/Reed Hoffmann)

Chargers lose yet another starter to a season-ending injury

The San Diego Chargers lose yet another starter to season-ending injury, details emerge on the final night of Jose Fernandez’s life, the Padres prepare for a busy offseason around San Diego, Carli Lloyd calls out teammate for demonstration during the national anthem, and more.

Indianapolis Colts' T.Y. Hilton (13) makes a catch for a 63-yard touchdown reception during the second half of an NFL football game against the San Diego Chargers, Sunday, Sept. 25, 2016, in Indianapolis. (AP Photo/Jeff Roberson)

Chargers give up another late lead, drop to 1-2

The San Diego Chargers once again put their Head Coach on the hot seat with a late road loss, the “King of Golf” passes away, the SDSU Aztecs climb the college football rankings, Marlins’ pitcher José Fernández dies in a boating accident, the Padres’ young prospects flash tremendous talent, and more.

Indianapolis Colts quarterback Andrew Luck give shis hand signals at the line scrimmage during the first half of an NFL football game against the San Diego Chargers Monday, Oct. 14, 2013, in San Diego. (AP Photo/Lenny Ignelzi)

Chargers are underdogs against the Colts

The Chargers are likely heading to Indianapolis without Antonio Gates or Joey Bosa, the Padres show off their top prospects at Petco Park, Michael Jordan makes a statement on the protests in Charlotte, Landon Donovan’s future with the L.A. Galaxy (again), and more.

San Diego Chargers defensive end Joey Bosa looks on from the sidelines as the Chargers play the Jacksonville Jaguars during the first half of an NFL football game Sunday, Sept. 18, 2016, in San Diego. (AP Photo/Denis Poroy)

Joey Bosa begins practicing again after injury

Donnel Pumphrey starts to get national attention for his Heisman candidacy, the Chargers finally see their 1st Round pick practice in pads, the Padres see the future of their team on the field today, players and coaches show their support for Colin Kaepernick, and more.

World Team's Manuel Margot, of the San Diego Padres, takes a home run away from U.S. Team's Carson Kelly, of the St. Louis Cardinals, during the sixth inning of the All-Star Futures baseball game, Sunday, July 10, 2016, in San Diego. (AP Photo/Lenny Ignelzi)

Padres call-up 4 highly-touted prospects from El Paso

The San Diego Chargers find a temporary replacement for Danny Woodhead, the San Diego Padres finally call up their best prospects after El Paso loses the PCL Championship, the mastermind behind the Chicago Cubs, one downtown business owner is unhappy about the Chargers’ stadium plans, and more.

Tags: , , , , , , , , , , , ,