Woodhead done for the year with torn ACL

San Diego Chargers running back Danny Woodhead, left, is brought down by Jacksonville Jaguars outside linebacker Telvin Smith (50) during the first half of an NFL football game Sunday, Sept. 18, 2016, in San Diego. (AP Photo/Denis Poroy)

Chargers RB Danny Woodhead Out For Season With Torn ACL
Danny Woodhead, who injured his knee while being tackled in yesterday’s win over the Jacksonville Jaguars, has been diagnosed with a torn ACL. He will miss the rest of the season recovering from the injury. As a free agent this upcoming offseason, Woodhead may have played his last down as a Charger.

AUDIO: Kevin Acee: “Danny Woodhead Is Arguably Just As Important As Keenan Allen”
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VIDEO: Derek Watt & Matt Slauson On Losing Danny Woodhead, Opportunity And Re-Focusing
Chargers center Matt Slauson discussed the kick in the heart of losing Danny Woodhead and the need to refocus; Chargers fullback Derek Watt on losing one of his best friends and opportunity.

Orlando Franklin OK after vehicle crash – San Diego Union-Tribune
Orlando Franklin hit the road Friday afternoon, heading home from a day spent at Chargers Park. He was in his Hummer — he loves his Hummer — cruising down the highway.

“This lady switched over three lanes in front of me, kind of slammed on her brakes,” Franklin said. “I got into a pretty good wreck.”

VIDEO: Dan & Joe – Chargers Rebound In Big Way vs. Jaguars
Dan Sileo & Joe Tutino break down the Chargers big 38-14 win over the Jacksonville Jaguars and discuss why this team is better built for the long haul this year.

AUDIO: Jason LaCanfora: The Chargers Are Going To Lose Referendum & They’re Going To L.A.
NFL Insider Jason LaCanfora on which teams are in the most trouble after week two and why he says the Chargers are very likely to hit the road for Los Angeles after the season.

ACEE: Threats won’t win Chargers home game – San Diego Union-Tribune
San Diego doesn’t want you to leave, Chargers. But if you must go, please do it with some dignity, and show us the respect we deserve at this point in our 56-year relationship.

We’re not going to buy it again. It doesn’t seem like we’re giving it much credence now.

As a guy who has made a good portion of his living covering the Chargers, a part of me wishes San Diegans and their leaders responded to threats. But they clearly don’t. Bravo to them.

Myers continues to tame Petco Park – MLB.com
Wil Myers continued to add to the Padres record book during Monday’s 3-2 win over the D-backs, driving his 16th Petco Park homer into the right-field stands in the fourth inning. That total passed former Padres outfielder Justin Upton (2015) and Will Venable (2013) for the most of any player in a single season in Petco history.

Madison Bumgarner, Yasiel Puig get into heated verbal altercation, benches clear – Sports Illustrated
Puig was running out a slow roller up the first base line, and was thrown out by Bumgarner to end the inning. After the out was recorded, Bumgarner shouted “F— yeah!” causing Puig to look back. When he looked, Bumgarner began to shout at him, appearing to tell him to stop looking at him.

ESPN interview provides Pumphrey with national exposure – San Diego Union-Tribune
ESPN did not get too in depth during the four-minute interview. It did put Pumphrey front and center in the Heisman discussion, showed some of his highlights, allowed people to put a face to the name and let them see Pumphrey’s smile shine brightly for the final four questions about his favorite things in San Diego.

Lawyer refutes report, says Michael Schumacher ‘cannot walk’ or stand – USA Today
Contrary to a December 2015 report in Die Bunte magazine, Michael Schumacher “cannot walk” or even stand, a lawyer for the seven-time F1 champion said.

The admission was made by attorney Felix Damm in a German court during proceedings for a lawsuit against the magazine. Schumacher suffered a traumatic head injury during a skiing accident more than two-and-a-half years ago.

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