Bosa misses practice, will he be ready by Sunday?

FILE - In this June 6, 2016, file photo, San Diego Chargers rookie defensive end Joey Bosa trains during an NFL football practice, in San Diego. The Chargers say they've signed 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.(AP Photo/Gregory Bull, File)

Chargers Announce 2016 Team Captains –
With the 53-man roster set, it’s time to announce the 2016 Chargers captains. The Bolts met prior to hitting the practice field and voted Philip Rivers, Antonio Gates, Brandon Mebane, Manti Te’o and Darrell Stuckey as team captains.

VIDEO: Antonio Gates On The Chiefs Tough Front 7 & Why Hunter Henry Will Surprise
Antonio Gates on the Kansas City Chiefs’ tough front seven and why rookie tight end Hunter Henry will surprise some people will what he can do in the passing game.

REPORT: DE Joey Bosa not practicing on Monday – Bolts from the Blue
San Diego Chargers 1st Round pick DE Joey Bosa did not practice with the team on Monday as he works through some “tightness.”

VIDEO: Dexter McCoil On Making The Chargers, Tight-Knit Secondary & Being A Competitor
Dexter McCoil on making the Chargers 53-man roster, learning from the tight-knit secondary and what kind of competitor he is.

Jackson the aggressor in gem vs. Red Sox –
Edwin Jackson faced the league’s most potent offense and, with his adjusted finish, delivered seven shutout innings with 11 strikeouts — the most of any Padre pitcher this season and the most he has tallied since May 17, 2014.

Aztecs Cruise To 31-0 Win Over New Hampshire In Opener
San Diego State cruised to a 31-0 victory over New Hampshire in its opening game of the 2016 season.

Sophomore Quarterback Christian Chapman finished 16-for-25, throwing for a career-high 283 yards and two touchdowns. Chapman’s night was highlighted by an 86-yard pass to Mikah Holder in the first quarter.

Unflappable Francois paces FSU’s historic comeback win over Ole Miss – Sports Illustrated
In completing the biggest comeback in school history, FSU learned plenty about itself. The most important lesson? The Noles have their QB of the future in Deondre Francois.

Iconic Endurance Cyclist Danny Chew Paralyzed After Crash – Deadspin
Cycling legend Danny Chew, 54, broke his neck and was paralyzed below the waist after drifting off the road and crashing in a ditch while out on a ride Sunday, according to a report from the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette. According to his friend Cassie Schumacher, who was riding with him when he crashed, doctors say it’s too early to tell what his prognosis is.

Megan Rapinoe kneels during national anthem as nod to Colin Kaepernick – Sports Illustrated
U.S. women’s national team player Megan Rapinoe knelt during the playing of the national anthem of the Seattle Reign FC’s Sunday night game against the Chicago Red Stars.

Rapinoe said it was an intentional move and “a nod to Kaepernick,” according to John D. Halloran of American Soccer Now. She later tweeted that the action was the “least I can do.”

Serena Williams makes history, advances to U.S. Open quarters – USA Today
Monday afternoon at the U.S. Open, Serena Williams became the winningest player in Grand Slam history, notching her 308th career match win in a major main draw.


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