Chargers Camp Continues without Bosa

Bosa impasse continues –
Bosa can sign at any time through the Tuesday after Week 10. Beyond that point, he can’t play in 2016.

After the season, the Chargers would retain exclusive rights to him until the 2017 draft begins. At that point, Bosa would re-enter the draft.

Because the Chargers would continue to hold his rights, no other team could talk to Bosa before the draft, and he wouldn’t be permitted to return to the Scouting Combine.

AUDIO: Travis Benjamin: “We’re Planning So Much Stuff To Do On Offense This Year”
From down at San Diego Chargers Training Camp, New Charger WR Travis Benjamin tells Dan Sileo what he is seeing from this team compared to the Cleveland Browns teams he has been on in the past.

VIDEO: Attitude Adjustment Obvious At Chargers Park
Dan Sileo says there’s an obvious attitude adjustment at Chargers Park, and its because it starts with two new players in the trenches.

Jamal Williams returns as Chargers coach – San Diego Union-Tribune
A Charger from 1998 to 2009, Jamal Williams is back, lending his experience this training camp as a coach intern. Naturally, the former three-time All-Pro and Pro Bowl nose tackle is helping to oversee the defensive line this summer.

AUDIO: Joshua Perry On Adjusting To Chargers Training Camp As A Rookie
Chargers rookie linebacker Joshua Perry on adjusting to training camp, singing for the vets carrying pads for the sweatiest, heaviest guy on the team.

Padres eye future with revamped farm system –
It was Preller’s job to replenish the Padres’ so-called “lifeblood,” and in 2016, he has taken a three-pronged approach to doing so. In a nine-month span, San Diego entirely restocked its farm system. The Padres have acquired eight of their top nine prospects since the 2015 season ended, and 20 of their top 30.

Padres Chairman Lays Out Concerns with Chargers’ Plans – Voice of San Diego
Fowler said many times he wants the Chargers to stay. But the Chargers’ plan to build a new home next door to Petco Park has kicked up issues between San Diego’s two major sports teams. Namely, parking, traffic and the possibility of some big digital billboards in the Padres backyard.

AUDIO: Ron Fowler: “We Have No Intentions Of Opposing The Chargers”
Padres Chairman Ron Fowler joins Scott and BR on this Thursday afternoon to talk about Matt Kemp as well as the ongoing stadium saga surrounding the San Diego Chargers.

Fowler criticism of Kemp, jettisoned veterans signals Padres shift – San Diego Union-Tribune
Earlier this season, Fowler criticized Shields ($75 million contract and all), saying he upset the MLB Players Association in the process. On Wednesday, he took aim at Kemp — on pace for 100 RBIs while admitting in a letter on The Players’ Tribune that he had built a reputation for “being selfish, lazy and a bad teammate.”

Problems and promise — 6 story lines for the Rio Olympics – USA Today
After being battered for months by criticisms over filthy water, shoddy construction, security, the exorbitant cost to host cities and a doping crisis that has rattled the very foundation of the Olympic movement, the IOC and Rio organizers are thrilled that attention will finally shift to the competition.

Alabama, Clemson take top spots in preseason Amway Coaches Poll – Sports Illustrated
This is the 46th time that Alabama holds down the top spot in the poll and the third time the team is No. 1 headed into the season. Clemson boasts its highest–ever preseason ranking with the No. 2 spot, six places ahead of its previous best ranking, which came in 2013.


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