Pro Football Hall of Fame nominees announced for 2017 class – USA Today
CANTON, Ohio — LaDainian Tomlinson, Leslie O’Neal and Don Coryell are among the 94 players and coaches nominated for the Pro Football Hall of Fame’s Class of 2017.
AUDIO: AJ Smith: “The Chargers Aren’t Going Anywhere….Rest Assured, The Chargers Will Be Here Forever”
Former Chargers GM AJ Smith joins Kevin Acee for the first hour of this Wednesday edition of Trending Now with Kevin Acee and has a LOT of strong opinions on the current state of the San Diego Chargers, including Joey Bosa, the stadium, and more.
A.J. Smith: Chargers will stay; L.A. no option – San Diego Union-Tribune
From what his NFL sources tell him, Smith said the League will make sure, if push comes to shove, that the the Chargers remain in San Diego, the team’s home since 1961.
AUDIO: Burt Grossman: “If You Want The Stadium Passed And You Wanna Reach Chargers People, Fire The Head Coach”
Former San Diego Chargers defensive lineman Burt Grossman discusses the state of the team heading into Week 2, starting with the team’s Head Coach.
VIDEO: What Worked & Didn’t Work vs. Chiefs
Dan Sileo breaks down what the Chargers did right, and what they did wrong against the Chiefs, and what they need to do to be successful against the Jaguars this weekend.
Joey Bosa still not practicing – Bolts from the Blue
This week’s only padded practice is getting underway and it appears Joey Bosa will not be participating. It is extremely doubtful that Bosa gets any playing time in a game without participating in a padded practice.
Acee: Chargers value climbs past $2B – San Diego Union-Tribune
Forbes on Wednesday released its annual valuations of NFL teams and valued the Chargers at $2.08 billion. That’s a 36 percent increase over last year, almost double the 19 percent growth in the average value of the 32 NFL franchises.
VIDEO: Bolts Prep For Jaguars Without Keenan, Rivers Wants To Rip It
News and notes from a busy Chargers Wednesday practice as the team moves on with the season without Keenan Allen; defense focused on correcting mistakes and containing a dangerous Julius Thomas.
Friars finish off Giants with sweep – MLB.com
Luis Sardinas played a role in all three Padres rallies, scoring in the first and sixth and driving in a run in the seventh. He practically created the second run himself. First, the speedy shortstop swiped second. (He was initially ruled out, but replay proved otherwise.) Then, he used his wheels — and a crafty slide — to score from second on Alex Dickerson’s single to left field. Sardinas finished 3-for-5, and since joining the Padres last month, he is batting .328/.400/.463.
Tony La Russa questions the sincerity of Colin Kaepernick’s national anthem protest – Sports Illustrated
Former MLB manager Tony La Russa weighed in on Colin Kaepernick’s national anthem protest in an interview with SI Now’s Maggie Gray on Wednesday, calling it disrespectful and questioning whether Kaepernick is protesting just to draw attention to himself.
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