Chargers WR Keenan Allen out for season, Joey Bosa activated

San Diego Chargers wide receiver Keenan Allen (13) is carted off the field during the first half of an NFL football game against the Kansas City Chiefs in Kansas City, Mo., Sunday, Sept. 11, 2016. (AP Photo/Charlie Riedel)

AUDIO: Dean Spanos: “We Just Have To Turn It Around…We’re Going To Do It”
Chargers Chairman Dean Spanos joined Hank and BR to talk about the week 1 loss to the Chiefs, how the team can bounce back from the loss. he discusses why Ballot Measure C is good for the city of San Diego and his reaction to fans wanting Mike McCoy fired.

Keenan Allen Officially Out for Season; Joey Bosa Activated –
On Monday, the team confirmed that Keenan Allen injured his ACL in the Week 1 opener and will miss the remainder of the 2016 season. The Chargers made a “one for one swap on the roster” by placing the wide receiver on the reserve-injured list and activated Joey Bosa from the exempt list.

AUDIO: Stephen Cooper On Chargers Loss To KC “That Takes A Toll On Anyone’s Team”
Former Chargers linebacker Stephen Cooper on what went wrong defensively in 2nd half vs Chiefs, replacing Keenan Allen, playing for Marty vs. Norv & what good came out of loss at Kansas City.

Chargers’ McCoy hasn’t been good enough – San Diego Union-Tribune
I have no idea the length of the leash McCoy is on, but it probably can be measured in centimeters. He has lost 16 of his last 21 games. Monday, after saying he’s not the least bit concerned about a loss on the road, he added: “We’ve got a good team. You see how we played for three quarters.”

VIDEO: Joey Bosa On Sideline Frustration & Optimism In Returning To Practice
Chargers linebacker Joey Bosa on the frustration in his watching his teammates lose to the Chiefs from the sidelines and why he’s more optimistic on returning to practice this week.

Ailing Clemens leads Padres’ shutout of Giants –
Paul Clemens turned in his best start as a Padre when he was feeling his worst.

The flu-ridden right-hander channeled his inner Michael Jordan — at least in the eyes of his manager — and tossed five shutout frames en route to a 4-0 Padres victory at AT&T Park, snapping the Giants’ three-game winning streak.

Kevin Harlan’s Play-By-Play Radio Call Of The MNF Idiot On The Field Is An All-Timer – Deadspin
The Idiot On The Field during tonight’s Monday Night Football game didn’t get much TV airtime, but Westwood One radio announcer Kevin Harlan gave the incident a treatment you absolutely MUST hear.

Kaepernick continues anthem protest, calls Dilfer comments ‘ridiculous’ – Sports Illustrated
Colin Kaepernick continued his national anthem protest in the 49ers’ first regular season game on Monday, kneeling alongside safety Eric Reid.

Two members of the Los Angeles Rams—Kenny Britt and Robert Quinn— raised their fists in the air.

They joined a long list of players around the NFL who protested before games played on Sunday, including Arian Foster, Marcus Peters and Devin McCourty.

Adam Jones on MLB’s lack of Kaepernick protest: ‘Baseball is a white man’s sport’ – USA Today
Yet, since that Aug. 26 day when Kaepernick gained attention for his protest against racial inequality in this country – with his season opener scheduled Monday night against the Los Angeles Rams – there have been nearly 250 Major League Baseball games played, and not a single player has taken a stand.

AUDIO: Ted Leitner: “Pumphrey Is Pound For Pound The Most Amazing Running Back I’ve Ever Seen”
Voice of the Aztecs Ted Leitner joined Hank and BR to talk about the Aztecs win vs Cal on Saturday night, where he ranks DJ Pumphrey on the list of running backs he’s seen, his thoughts on the Chargers Stadium Initiative and he remembers 9/11.

Steve Fisher testifies in Beth Burns trial – San Diego Union-Tribune
Fisher said in an hour of testimony that he never saw Burns lose her temper or treat players, assistant coaches or subordinates inappropriately, nor did anyone ever report such behavior to him.

SDSU’s 71-year-old head coach was asked if he “enjoyed Coach Burns.” Fisher answered with a single word: “Yes.”

Does he miss her? “Yes.”

Did he feel sad when he learned she had been fired? “Yes.”

NCAA to relocate championships from North Carolina for 2016-17 –
Based on the NCAA’s commitment to fairness and inclusion, the Association will relocate all seven previously awarded championship events from North Carolina during the 2016-17 academic year. The NCAA Board of Governors made this decision because of the cumulative actions taken by the state concerning civil rights protections.

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