Bosa’s teammates want him in Chargers Training Camp

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AUDIO: Joshua Perry: “I Want To Be A Guy Who We Can Rely On”
Chargers 4th round draft pick Joshua Perry joins Scott and BR who are broadcasting live from Chargers Park.

AUDIO: Jason Verrett: “Just From A Chemistry Standpoint, I’d Love For Him (Bosa) To Be Here”
Chargers CB Jason Verrett joins Scott and BR who are down at Charger Park watching practice.

VIDEO: Scott & BR – It Shouldn’t Be This Difficult To Get Bosa Signed
Scott Kaplan and Billy Ray Smith check in from the Chargers joint practice with the Arizona Cardinals and discuss the ongoing absence of Joey Bosa, whether team’s reputation is being jeopardized, and concerns with the run defense.

Mic’d Up: Denzel Perryman in Scrimmage with Cardinals –
Linebacker Denzel Perryman was mic’d up for the Chargers practice with the Cardinals on Tuesday night.

VIDEO: Danny Woodhead On Melvin Gordon, Derek Watt & His Short Shorts
Chargers running back Danny Woodhead on Melvin Gordon’s first TD, what he’s seeing in Derek Watt and what’s behind his short shorts.

New Report Shows Chargers Stadium Initiative Is Financially Viable – NBC San Diego
One of the biggest questions about the Chargers stadium/convention center initiative is how it can be financed without harming the City economically. A study commissioned and paid for by the City of San Diego attempts to tackle that issue and, like most other parts of this situation, there is not a clear answer.

VIDEO: Life With Rocky – Football
In the last segment of a three-part series, Jordan Carruth previews the upcoming 2016 San Diego State Aztecs football season with Head Coach Rocky Long.

Aaron Rodgers: If Roger Goodell has too much power, ‘we have nobody to blame but ourselves’ – Sports Illustrated
In light of the NFL’s threat to suspended players if they don’t sit down for a meeting regarding December’s Al Jazeera America report, Aaron Rodgers noted Wednesday that commissioner Roger Goodell’s power lies in the players’ hands.

A guest on the Jim Rome Show, Rodgers said if Goodell has too much power, the only people to blame are the players, who negotiated the CBA.

Padres’ Rea to forgo surgery, receive PRP injection – San Diego Union-Tribune
Colin Rea originally decided to undergo Tommy John surgery, but the injured Padres right-hander has changed course after consulting with renowned sports orthopedist Dr. James Andrews. Rea, who visited Andrews on Wednesday, will forgo an elbow reconstruction and receive a platelet-rich plasma injection Thursday in San Diego. The 26-year-old will then rest about four weeks before attempting to begin a throwing program.

Myers shoulders blame for road struggles –
Wil Myers is crushing the ball in San Diego to the tune of a .344 batting average, with 15 homers and a 1.052 OPS. In away games, however, Myers is batting just .204 with eight home runs and a .631 OPS.

Two U.S. swimmers pulled off flight, not allowed to leave Brazil without testifying – Sports Illustrated
Gunnar Bentz and Jack Conger, the other two U.S. swimmers who claimed to be with Ryan Lochte and ​James Feigen when they were allegedly robbed in Rio last weekend, were pulled off their plane and held for several hours at Rio de Janeiro–Galeão International Airport, the United States Olympic Committee confirmed on Wednesday night.

U.S. men’s basketball team rolls over Argentina – USA Today
The Americans finally found their rhythm on Wednesday in a 105-78 win over Argentina in Olympic quarterfinal play, recovering from an early 10-point deficit to earn a semifinal game against the Spanish team that so many expected them to face in a FIBA World Cup gold medal matchup in Madrid in 2014.

McGregor v Diaz press conference descends into bottle-throwing mayhem – RT Sport
Saturday’s fight between Conor McGregor and Nate Diaz has taken on even more meaning after the two spent their pre-fight press conference screaming at each other and throwing objects at one another.


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