Why is the Chargers’ plane in Bosa’s hometown?

San Diego Chargers rookie defensive end Joey Bosa (99) and teammate rookie defensive tackle Carlos Wray train during an NFL football rookie training camp Friday, May 13, 2016, in San Diego. (AP Photo/Gregory Bull)

Jim Rome: LIVE From Del Mar This Friday!
The Mighty 1090 is excited to welcome Jim Rome back to San Diego as he broadcasts live from the Del Mar Thoroughbred Clubs’ Plaza de Mexico Friday, August 26, 2016 from 9am-12pm. Jim Rome will finish up his live Del Mar radio show by doing “cross talk” with Mighty 1090 daytime host Darren Smith, who will be broadcasting live from Del Mar that day from 12-3pm.

AUDIO: Jim Rome: “There’s Nothing Right About The Chargers In LA”
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VIDEO: Kaplan: What’s Wrong With Tourists Paying For New Stadium?
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Small world: Spanos plane in Bosa’s hometown – San Diego Union-Tribune
The Chargers’ private plane indeed is in Fort Lauderdale. But the reason, a source familiar with the situation said Tuesday, is “totally” unrelated to football. There was no elaboration on that reason, and there probably was no need. Still, interest and speculation surrounding the ongoing contract dispute remain fervent as usual.

D.J. Fluker’s Is Day-To-Day, MRI Is “Negative”
After appearing in a walking boot and on crutches after practice on Monday, San Diego Chargers offensive lineman D.J. Fluker had an MRI taken to look for any breaks or tears in his foot, ankle and leg. Yesterday, the team received some good news with the results.

VIDEO: Joe Barksdale Interviews Matt Slauson On The Chargers Defense & Sweating On Philip Rivers
Chargers right tackle Joe Barksdale interviews center Matt Slauson on the best part of training camp, the Bolts defense and sweating on Philip Rivers.

Park View eliminated in Little League World Series – San Diego Union-Tribune
Park View was the fourth team from San Diego’s South Bay to make the Little League World Series in the past eight years, following the Park View team that won it all in 2009, the 2013 U.S. champions from Eastlake and last year’s Sweetwater Valley squad.

This Park View team won 11 straight games to reach the World Series, including five straight elimination games to make the Southern California championship series, a sweep in that series and then four straight in the Western Regional.

Padres’ late rally comes up short vs. Cubs – MLB.com
Kris Bryant and Addison Russell each homered to help Jake Arrieta become the National League’s first and lead the Cubs to a 5-3 victory Tuesday night over the Padres for their 21st win in the last 26 games.

VIDEO: Patrick Kivlehan Newest Padres Rookie Fighting For A Job
Recently acquired Patrick Kivlehan on joining the Padres, playing football at Rutgers, and making the most of his opportunity in San Diego.

Tim Tebow will get his shot at Major League Baseball career on Aug. 30 – USA Today
Tim Tebow will showcase his baseball skills for Major League Baseball teams in Los Angeles next Tuesday, USA TODAY Sports confirmed. More than 20 MLB teams are expected to send representatives to the event, which will not be open to the public.

Ross to see first game action since Opening Day – MLB.com
Sure, it’s just a California League game in late August. But when Tyson Ross takes the ball Thursday for Lake Elsinore, the Padres’ Class A Advanced affiliate, he expects to have the same jitters that he had on Opening Day.

That’s because Ross will be pitching in game action for the first time since the Padres’ season opener on April 4. He’s expected to throw three innings or 45 pitches against Rancho Cucamonga.

AUDIO: Mark Zeigler On Rio Olympics: “Don’t Lie To Your Mother”
UT’s Mark Zeigler on standout moments from the Rio Olympics, portrayal of the “ugly American” and long term fallout for Ryan Lochte.

Harrison, Peppers, Matthews interview dates set in NFL PED probe – Sports Illustrated
Pittsburgh Steelers linebacker James Harrison, Green Bay Packers linebackers Clay Matthews and Julius Peppers and free-agent linebacker Mike Neal have scheduled their interviews to speak with NFL investigators in their probe into accusations of performance enhancing drug use.

Jedd Gyorko and Brandon Moss Powering Cardinals – FanGraphs
Last season, 64 players hit at least 20 home runs. It was 57 the year before. This year, there are already 68 players with 20 home runs and, with six weeks of the season remaining, there are another 40 players with at least 15 home runs who have at least a shot. Two of the players powering up this year, Jedd Gyorko and Brandon Moss, were relatively recent under-the-radar acquisitions for the Cardinals who’ve now helped the club to a National League-leading 173 homers.

 

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