Chargers RB/KR Oliver likely out for the season

Branden Oliver injured cropped

TODAY: Scott & BR LIVE From SDPD Headquarters!
Join us for a live Scott & BR broadcast on Monday, August 29th from 3:00 p.m.-6:00 p.m. at San Diego Police Headquarters to raise money for the families of San Diego Police Department Officer Jonathan “JD” De Guzman and Officer Wade Irwin. During the broadcast the On The Road Habit Truck will be on site cooking up some of their fantastic burgers with 100% of the proceeds going to the Officer De Guzman & Officer Irwin Family Fund.

Injuries Highlight Chargers 23-10 Loss To Vikings
The story of the San Diego Chargers preseason has become exactly what the fans didn’t want to see: Injuries to key players are starting to pile up, and the team is lacking in the solid depth to replace them.

Branden Oliver’s Achilles Injury Hits Bolts Hard –
Running back Branden Oliver was carted off the field late in the first half after injuring his Achilles, with the team fearing he will miss an extended period of time.

VIDEO: A Look At The Vikings Spectacular Stadium And How It Came To Be
Take a look at the Minnesota Vikings’ spectacular $1.3 billion stadium. Vikings EVP and Public Affairs and Stadium Development’s Lester Bagley on the 16 year process of getting the stadium built and what makes it so unique

Clutch hits back Perdomo’s CG in finale –
Double plays, as they say, are a pitcher’s best friend. Luis Perdomo racked them up in record-setting fashion on Sunday, inducing six of them, in the Padres’ 3-1 win over Miami at Marlins Park.

VIDEO: Scott Kaplan Sits Down With Jim Rome At Del Mar
Jim Rome sat down with Scott Kaplan after his radio broadcast at Del Mar on Friday to talk about his return to San Diego, horse racing, and more.

49ers’ Colin Kaepernick: ‘I’ll continue to sit’ for national anthem – USA Today
Two days after sparking a national conversation in the wake of his decision to sit during the pre-game performance of the national anthem Friday night, San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick isn’t changing his tune.

Chargers will welcome Bosa even more after Sunday – San Diego Union-Tribune
It was scary to see just how poorly the Chargers defense could play without the two players the team acquired this offseason specifically to prevent such awfulness.Without Joey Bosa and nose tackle Brandon Mebane, it would be a long season with many long plays against the Chargers.

Dwight Freeney says Chargers should just pay Bosa his bonus – Pro Football Talk
What’s the big deal? They’re not arguing over significant dollars. The team should just pay Bosa the money. Do the Chargers not want him to play for them?

VIDEO: Shawne Merriman On Chargers Going Public On Bosa Dispute & How He Can Win Back Fans
Shawne Merriman discussed the Chargers going public on their dispute with Joey Bosa, and what it will take for him to get caught up to speed and win back his fan base and locker room.

Klinsmann turns to USA’s Copa core, recalls Morris for World Cup qualifiers – Sports Illustrated
Of the USA’s 23-man Copa America roster, 19 are part of the squad for September’s World Cup qualifiers, though a handful will miss the first match vs. St. Vincent and the Grenadines.


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