Joey Bosa practices for the first time at Chargers Training Camp

San Diego Chargers NFL football player Joey Bosa (99) is surrounded by defensive teammates who want their photo taken with Bosa at his first practice since agreeing to a four year contract,  Tuesday, Aug. 30, 2016, in San Diego. (AP Photo/Lenny Ignelzi)

Chargers to Host 28th Annual Salute to the Military at Chargers-49ers Game –
The San Diego Chargers will celebrate the 28th Annual Salute to the Military, paying tribute to hundreds of thousands of current and retired military personnel who live and work in San Diego, when they host Colin Kaepernick and the San Francisco 49ers on Thursday, Sept. 1 at Qualcomm Stadium. Kickoff set for 7 p.m. PT.

Chargers Trim Roster To 76, Receive Roster Exemption For Bosa
The San Diego Chargers needed to trim their roster down to 75 players yesterday, per NFL rules, and did so with another round of cuts that saw fan favorites Zach Mettenberger and Javontee Herndon get the axe.

How Did Joey Bosa Look in Return to Practice? –
Joey Bosa, along with his coaches and teammates, comment on how his first day of practice at Chargers Training Camp went on Tuesday after a lengthy holdout over a contract dispute with the 1st Round Draft pick from Ohio State.

VIDEO: Scott And B.R. Raise Money For A Good Cause At The SDPD Headquarters
The Scott and B.R. Show broadcasted live from San Diego Police Department Headquarters in downtown San Diego yesterday, partnering up with The Habit Burger Grill to raise money for the families of the injured and fallen officers that were victims of a shooting last month.

They had plenty of big name guests, including Dean Spanos from the San Diego Chargers, Peter Seidler from the San Diego Padres, and San Diego Mayor Kevin Faulconer.

Padres to hold prospect exhibitions at Petco – San Diego Union-Tribune
In a first, the Padres will showcase many of their top prospects in two exhibition games Oct. 6-7 against counterparts from the Texas Rangers. At least one of the exhibitions will be made open to the public.

Padres come up short on road against Braves –
Along with distancing himself from the nagging ailments that hampered him over the past two months, Julio Teheran fueled the five-run third inning that soured Edwin Jackson’s homecoming and propelled the Braves to a 7-3 win over the Padres on Tuesday night at Turner Field.

Yasiel Puig claimed off waivers, future uncertain with Dodgers – USA Today
The Dodgers insist that outfielder Yasiel Puig has been on his best behavior at Class AAA Oklahoma City hours after he was claimed on revocable waivers Tuesday by an unidentified team, but would not commit to recalling him to the big leagues in September.

The Dodgers have 72 hours to work out a deal with the team that claimed Puig, pull him back off waivers, or let him go the team with no compensation.

AUDIO: Rocky Long On Expectations For 2016 Aztecs & Scouting Report On New Hampshire
Aztecs head coach Rocky Long talked with Darren Smith about his expectations for the 2016 Aztecs, where he has them ranked and SDSU’s first opponent New Hampshire.

VIDEO: Baseball scouts on Tim Tebow range from ‘waste of time’ to ‘better than I expected’ – USA Today
Tim Tebow, who indicated he has given up on playing in the NFL after failing to make a roster each of the past two seasons, said he thought overall things went “pretty well.” His agent, Brodie Van Wagenen, said five teams met privately with Tebow after the workout.

Teddy Bridgewater suffers dislocated knee, torn ACL –
Minnesota Vikings quarterback Teddy Bridgewater suffered a dislocated knee and torn ACL at practice Tuesday, the team announced in a release.

The injury announcement came about two hours after an emotional scene unfolded at Vikings practice when Bridgewater went down with a non-contact injury that ended the session after just 30 minutes. Zimmer said the 23-year-old had to be sedated before undergoing an MRI at the hospital.


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