Joey Bosa signs 4-year deal with Chargers

FILE - This is a May 21, 2016, file photo showing Joey Bosa. The San Diego Chargers say they've signed rookie defensive end Joey Bosa to a four-year contract.
The announcement Monday, Aug. 29, 2016, came five days after the two sides went public in their nasty spat over payment of Bosa's $17 million signing bonus and whether the contract would have offset language. (Dominic DiSaia/File)

Chargers Sign DE Joey Bosa To 4-Year Contract
At long last, after a drawn-out negotiations between the San Diego Chargers and 1st Round pick DE Joey Bosa out of Ohio State, the team announced this morning that the defensive lineman has signed. He will, presumably, be ready for the team’s Week 1 game on 9/11 against the Kansas City Chiefs.

AUDIO: Michael Gehlken On How The Deal With The Chargers & Joey Bosa Came Together
Chargers beat reporter Michael Gehlken on Joey Bosa finally signing his contract, the impact of a change in his lead negotiator and how they plan to get him up to speed.

VIDEO: Joey Bosa On Signing With Chargers, Mom’s “Dumb Decision” & His Message To The Fans
Joey Bosa on finally signing his contract with the Chargers, why there’s no animosity with the organization, if he can be ready to play by the season opener versus the Chiefs and his his mother’s negative comments.

AUDIO: Dean Spanos Talks Joey Bosa Signing, Stadium Initiative
San Diego Chargers Chairman of the Board Dean Spanos and special stadium advisor Fred Maas spoke live with Scott & BR about the Joey Bosa signing earlier in the day, the new NFL stadium in Minnesota and the latest on the Chargers’ stadium initiative for downtown San Diego.

Time for mayor to speak on Chargers’ stadium – San Diego Union-Tribune
Check out Nick Canepa’s open letter to San Diego Mayor Kevin Faulconer in regards to the San Diego Chargers stadium initiative (Ballot Measure C).

Chargers Waive Six; Claim RB Gus Johnson
The San Diego Chargers have to trim their roster size from 90 to 75 by today, and they began that process today by waiving six players on Monday.

Chargers Release WR James Jones – Chargers.com
Following a bevvy of roster moves earlier in the day, the Chargers also announced Monday that veteran wide receiver James Jones has been released.

Broncos name Trevor Siemian as starting quarterback – Sports Illustrated
Trevor Siemian will start at quarterback for the Broncos in the season opener, head coach Gary Kubiak announced Monday.

Siemian was a seventh-round pick in 2015 and served as the third string quarterback behind Peyton Manning and Brock Osweiler last season. With Manning retired and Osweiler signing with the Texans, Denver drafted Paxton Lynch and traded for veteran Mark Sanchez.

Kaepernick is asking for justice, not peace – The Undefeated
Friday night, in a league whose business is Americana, Colin Kaepernick took a stand rarely seen in pro sports. It wasn’t from his seat on the sideline, where he paid no regard for the national anthem in its favorite game. It was after — when Steve Wyche of the NFL Network asked why he sat while others stood. Kaepernick was strident, unflinching and unapologetic. When reporters surrounded his locker Sunday for more, he gave it to them.

Report: Chris Bosh expects to be medically cleared to rejoin Heat – Sports Illustrated
Bosh missed every game after the All-Star break last season when he was diagnosed with a blood clot, his second in as many years. Bosh and the organization were previously at odds over his return, with Bosh wanting to return to the court during the playoffs but the Heat refusing to play him.

 

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