Chargers, Joey Bosa fight through the media

This is a photo of Joey Bosa for the 2016 NFLPA Rookie Premiere portraits taken on Saturday, May 21, 2016, in Los Angeles. (Dominic DiSaia/AP Images for NFLPA)

Jim Rome: LIVE From Del Mar Tomorrow!
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.

Chargers Pull Final Contract Offer For Joey Bosa
The San Diego Chargers, earlier today, released a statement saying that they had sent their final offer to 1st Round draft pick Joey Bosa and that it had been declined. They have since pulled that offer and are preparing to move on without the #3 overall selection in the 2016 NFL Draft.

Joey Bosa’s Representatives Fire Back At Chargers In Statement
After the Chargers’ press release earlier today, which informed the public of the terms of their final offer to 1st Round pick DE Joey Bosa, Bosa’s representatives have released a statement of their own that indicates the relationship between the team and the player is worsening.

PODCAST: The Chargers Make Their Final Offer To Joey Bosa
Darren Smith and John Gennaro break down the San Diego Chargers’ public announcement that they have made their final offer to 1st Round pick Joey Bosa and they discuss what that means for both sides.

ACEE: Must be that Joey Bosa doesn’t want to be a Charger
“I’m highly, highly disappointed in the path we’ve had to take,” said John Spanos, Chargers president of football operations. “It’s so overly clear we had no choice. It would have been more difficult if I felt they were being reasonable. But when you’re dealing with someone who isn’t reasonable, it makes it easy.”

AUDIO: Michael Gehlken: “I Believe That They (Chargers) Feel The Ball Is In The Other Court Now”
Chargers beat writer Michael Gehlken joins Kevin Acee to go all-in on what exactly went down earlier today between the Chargers and Joey Bosa.

Chargers’ scorched-earth move with Joey Bosa leaves few options – USA Today
By saying they’ve made their best offer – and now have pulled it, announcing they’ll “restructure” the proposal (read: make it worse) while questioning Bosa’s ability to prepare for a season that’s still 18 days away – the Chargers limited themselves to three outcomes.

NFL Suspends Chargers NT/DE Damion Square For Four Games
The league announced that four-year veteran Damion Square has been suspended four games for violating the NFL’s Policy and Program for Substances of Abuse. Reportedly, Square did not fail a drug test, but missed a scheduled test.

VIDEO: Billy Ray’s Training Camp Memories
Billy Ray Smith tells stories from his time as a young Linebacker at San Diego Chargers Training Camp.

Key Findings from Objective Economic Study of Measure C – Chargers.com
The Conventional Wisdom Corp., convention center consultants to the Chargers that have worked on more than 250 convention centers over 20 years, partnered with Hunden Strategic Partners (HSP) to provide an objective analysis of the San Diego Chargers stadium project.

Padres can’t keep up with Cubs in finale – MLB.com
Kyle Hendricks got a big boost from the offense before he took the mound, thanks to a three-run first, as the Cubs beat the Padres, 6-3, on Wednesday at Petco Park to sweep the series and improve to 36 games over .500 for the first time since 1945, when they finished that season at 98-56.

PODCAST: Is Club Tijuana The Best Team In Mexico?
How good is Club Tijuana? Cesar Hernandez joins Darren Smith and Jordan Carruth to discuss how Xolos stack up south of the border. Plus thoughts on the latest chants in England.

U.S. Soccer terminates Hope Solo’s national team contract, bans her six months – Sports Illustrated
The U.S. women’s national team goalkeeper called Sweden “cowards” for assuming defensive tactics in an Olympic quarterfinal upset of the Americans.

 

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