Joey Bosa expected to miss start of season

IMAGE DISTRIBUTED FOR NFLPA - San Diego Chargers' Joey Bosa leans on a wall next to the 2015 Rookie Premiere team picture at the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum during the NFLPA Rookie Premiere, Saturday, May 21, 2016, in Los Angeles. (Jeff Lewis/AP Images for NFLPA)

Joey Bosa expected to miss start of season – San Diego Union-Tribune
The Chargers practiced in pads Wednesday as they did on Monday. And like on Monday, the No. 3 overall draft pick did not participate, limited by what the team has characterized as “tightness.” Because a contract dispute kept Bosa from training camp and the preseason, if he was to play Sunday in Kansas City, it would be his first team activity in pads since the Fiesta Bowl on Jan. 1 while at Ohio State.

NFL Preseason Rankings, Part I: We’ll Care About These Teams at the Draft – The Ringer
In terms of projecting how the Chargers could be better in 2016, health is the key. After signing center Matt Slauson, they boast the best group of offensive linemen they’ve had in quite some time. Now, it’s just a matter of keeping everybody on the field.

AUDIO: 2016 San Diego Chargers Prop Bets & Season Preview – Bolts from the Blue
John Gennaro and Ben Higgins get together to bet candy bars, sandwiches, beers and dinners, while predicting what will happen in the 2016 San Diego Chargers season.

AUDIO: Philip Rivers: ‘You Got To Win Games In Your Division’
Chargers quarterback Philip Rivers on the importance of winning division games, the steady Chiefs defense, a healthy Chargers offense, and the difference he’s seen in Melvin Gordon this year.

The NFL Has an Age Problem – The Ringer
It’s rare for NFL coaches and executives to agree en masse on anything, but these days, nearly all of them seem to be fretting about a new and game-changing trend: The NFL is getting dangerously young due to changes at both ends of the age spectrum, with record numbers of less experienced rookies entering the league and veterans getting the boot.

AUDIO: Matt Slauson: “I’m Going To Make Everyday Great, I’m Going To Make It Happen”
Chargers Center Matt Slauson joined Scott and BR to talk about joining the Chargers, his path from high school in Oregon to college in Nebraska, the unfortunate turn his personal life took and why he is involved with anti bullying programs.

Tiger Woods Announces Return to Golf, Targets Three Tournaments –
Tiger Woods announced on his website Wednesday he plans to play the Safeway Open (Oct. 13-16), the Turkish Airlines Open (Nov. 3-6) and the Hero World Challenge (Dec. 1-4). The announcement also included a note about Woods taking part in the Tiger Woods Invitational, scheduled for Oct. 10-11.

VIDEO: Joe Barksdale Interviews Hunter Henry On What He Wants To Be & Key To Beating Chiefs
Chargers right tackle Joe Barksdale interviews teammate and rookie tight end Hunter Henry on how wants to be remembered on the football field and his key to beating the Kansas City Chiefs.

Tim Tebow signs minor league contract with New York Mets – USA Today
Eight days after he worked out in front of 28 major league teams, Tim Tebow will sign a minor league deal with with the New York Mets, the team announced Thursday morning. He will participate in the organization’s instructional league this month.

AUDIO: Danny Woodhead On Piece For Players Trib & Playing KC “We Think We Have A Pretty Good Offense”
Chargers running back Danny Woodhead on penning a personal piece for the Players Tribune and preparing to face the Chiefs formidable defense.

Padres drop series, lose starter to injury –
It was a tough night for the Padres, who lost starter Jarred Cosart to a right groin/hamstring strain while trying to catch an errant throw from first baseman Wil Myers in the fourth. The defeat assured San Diego of its sixth consecutive losing season.

Report: Ryan Lochte suspended 10 months by USOC, USA Swimming – Sports Illustrated
The United States Olympic Committee and USA Swimming have suspended Ryan Lochte 10 months and banned him from the 2017 world swimming championships, USA Today’s Christine Brennan reports.

In addition to Lochte, the USOC is expected to hand down punishments to three other swimmers for their behavior and actions at the 2016 Olympics in Rio de Janeiro in which they allegedly vandalized a gas station bathroom, according to USA Today’s Nicole Auerbach.


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