Chargers & Cardinals host joint practice at Qualcomm Stadium

VIDEO: Sights & Scenes Plus Rivers, Te’o And Perryman On Chargers Joint Practice With The Cardinals
Philip Rivers, Manti Te’o and Denzel Perryman discuss the Chargers joint practice with the Arizona Cardinals.

Bruce Arians taken to San Diego hospital – San Diego Union-Tribune
The Cardinals coach was taken to a hospital shortly before a joint practice with the Chargers at Qualcomm Stadium. According to a Cardinals official, Arians alerted team medical staff he was “not feeling well and experiencing stomach pain.” His transportation to a San Diego hospital followed an on-site evaluation, and he remained hospitalized overnight. Still, a sense of optimism surround the situation despite the coach’s absence.

Keim: No signings, but maybe a trade? –
On the other hand, Keim reiterated he and Chargers GM Tom Telesco will get together this week when the Cards and Chargers have their joint practices and discuss the two rosters, each team’s deficiencies, “in hopes where we can talk about, ‘Hey, is there an area where we can help each other improve?’ ”

AUDIO: John Pagano On Good/Bad From 1st Game & Where He Sees Chargers Depth
Chargers defensive coordinator on the good and bad takeaways from first preseason game, where he sees their defensive depth & how Darius Philon has fared in absence of Joey Bosa.

Ladarius Green Says Chargers Misdiagnosed His Concussions
The San Diego Chargers had gotten a reputation for under-diagnosing players with concussion-like symptoms in the past, leading to long-term recoveries for Kris Dielman and Jahleel Addae, but it seems that Green is accusing the team doctors of diagnosing him with a concussion when he didn’t have one.

Padres lose fourth straight, fall to Rays –
Padres starter Edwin Jackson lasted just four innings and allowed eight runs on nine hits. Carlos Villanueva allowed seven runs in four innings of relief. The Rays won their third straight game while the Padres lost their fourth straight.

AUDIO: Andy Green On Wil Myers In The OF & Optimism Over Ross’s Live BP
Padres manager Andy Green on Wil Myers in the outfield and why he’s encouraged by Tyson Ross’s first live BP session.

U.S. swimmers questioned further regarding robbery report – USA Today
The U.S. Olympic Committee said police had further questions for U.S. swimmers involved in a robbery report but that no swimmers had been detained Wednesday morning.


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