Gates, LT have advice for Joey Bosa

San Diego Chargers tight end Antonio Gates (85) jokes with running back LaDainian Tomlinson during the Chargers' football training camp in San Diego, Saturday, July 29, 2006. (AP Photo/Denis Poroy)

Antonio Gates Tells Joey Bosa To “Be A Man”
It sounds like, after a long a drawn out contract negotiation between the San Diego Chargers and rookie DE Joey Bosa, some of the veterans down at Chargers Park are getting tired of waiting to see the team’s 1st Round draft pick.

AUDIO: LT’s Advice To Joey Bosa: ‘Your Agent Works For You, Remember That’
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REPORT: Chargers Want To Defer “Roughly Half” Of Bosa’s Signing Bonus
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AUDIO: Tom Telesco: “We Don’t Think We’re Being Unreasonable But Obviously We Have To Find Out A Way To Get This Done”
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Stevie Johnson expected to miss season – San Diego Union-Tribune
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VIDEO: LT On Joey Bosa Impasse & Advice, Melvin Gordon, Chargers Strengths & Raiders On Top Of AFCW?
Chargers great LaDainian Tomlinson on the Joey Bosa stalemate, getting Melvin Gordon past a tough 2015, what the Chargers strengths are and if the Raiders are good enough to win the AFC West.

Aztecs No. 24 in Sports Illustrated preseason rankings – San Diego Union-Tribune
The San Diego State football team received national recognition today when Sports Illustrated placed the Aztecs No. 24 in the magazine’s preseason Top 25 rankings.

The blurb leading into a breakdown of the Aztecs read: “Running back Donnel Pumphrey leads an upstart San Diego State side that could make a bid for a New Years Six bowl.”

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Jankowski swipes home for 2nd time –
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