Joey Bosa begins practicing again after injury

San Diego Chargers defensive end Joey Bosa looks on from the sidelines as the Chargers play the Jacksonville Jaguars during the first half of an NFL football game Sunday, Sept. 18, 2016, in San Diego. (AP Photo/Denis Poroy)

How Did Joey Bosa Feel After First Padded Practice? – Chargers.com
The last time Joey Bosa took part in a padded practice was back in December as Ohio State prepared to face Notre Dame in the Fiesta Bowl.

Following a contract dispute and a minor hamstring ailment, the rookie defensive end donned pads for the first time as a member of the San Diego Chargers. Although he was only a limited participant, Bosa was pleased with how his body reacted.

VIDEO: Bosa Returns To Practice, McCluster Says Bolts A Good Fit
The Chargers got a good piece of news back on the injury front as their first round pick Joey Bosa participated in his first padded practice. Bosa discussed his first day back and if he’s optimistic he can play against the Colt, Dexter McCluster likes the fit of Rivers and the offensive system.

Donnel Pumphrey Is Small, Fast, And On His Way To Becoming An All-Time Great – Deadspin
We’re only three games into Pumphrey’s final collegiate season and it’s clear he is not only going to break the hell out of Faulk’s record, but also go down as one of the best to line up in the backfield in college football history. This, from a guy who was considered too small by every coach in Division 1, even his own.

How SDSU assistant women’s basketball coach got $250,000 – San Diego Union-Tribune
The closest SDSU has come to explaining why a first-year assistant coach received more than three times his salary is buried in documents related to Burns’ lawsuit. In interrogatories – questions one legal team asks of another – SDSU officials state that the “settlement was reached to avoid threatened litigation with Mr. Barrett.”

VIDEO: Some Of Padres Top Prospects Finally Arrive
Top Padres’ prospects Manuel Margot (No.2), Hunter Renfroe (No.3), Carlos Asuaje (No.20), and Austin Hedges on being called-up from Triple-A El Paso and making the most of their opportunity.

AUDIO: Rich Gannon: “If The Chargers D & O-Lines Stay Healthy This Team Has Real Chance”
NFL on CBS Analyst Rich Gannon joined Scott and BR to talk about working with Kevin Harlan every week, the Colts plague of injuries in their secondary, Andrew Luck shoulder injury, the Chargers losing Keenan Allen and Danny Woodhead, what he thinks of Travis Benjamin and why Mike McCoy can’t coach scared.

The Man. The Voice. The Stories. – ESPN
Vin Scully has been broadcasting Dodgers games for 67 seasons. As he signs off this year, Jon Miller, Bud Selig, Bob Costas and 20 other colleagues and friends reflect on why a career like Scully’s won’t happen again.

AUDIO: Andy Green: “Everyone That Works With Preller Has A Steadfast Belief In His Integrity”
Padres manager Andy Green on how he plans to utilize Austin Hedges, Manuel Margot, Carlos Asuaje and Hunter Renfroe, dealing with tragedy and why he’s steadfast in his belief in AJ Preller.

Report: Timberwolves working on buyout with Kevin Garnett – Sports Illustrated
The Minnesota Timberwolves and veteran forward Kevin Garnett are in advanced discussions on a buyout that could end his career, reports ESPN.com’s Marc Stein.

Garnett, 40, has one-year left on his current deal, worth $8 million. According to the report, Garnett is believed to be opting for retirement instead of playing for a 22nd season.

Richard Sherman: ‘People are still missing the point’ on police brutality, protests – USA Today
Richard Sherman, one of the most outspoken players in the NFL, has locked arms with fellow Seattle Seahawks players in recent weeks as a form of protest against police brutality.

Following two more high-profile police shootings that resulted in the deaths of African-Americans, the All-Pro cornerback gave his take Wednesday but declined to answer any questions.

Steve Kerr voices support for Colin Kaepernick’s protests – USA Today
Golden State Warriors head coach Steve Kerr became the latest prominent sports figure to weigh in on Colin Kaepernick’s protests, supporting the quarterback’s decision to kneel during pregame national anthems.

Poll: 49ers QB Colin Kaepernick most disliked player in NFL – Sports Illustrated
The poll asked 1,100 Americans which of more than 350 NFL players they disliked the most.

Kaepernick was “disliked a lot” by 29% of those surveyed. The last time the poll was taken, in August 2014, Kaepernick was only “disliked a lot” by 6% percent of those polled.

Entire Indiana Fever roster kneels for national anthem – USA Today
On a night already fraught with tension, the Fever didn’t tell anyone outside the locker room of their pregame plans, not even coach Stephanie White. This was their WNBA playoff opener against the Phoenix Mercury, a winner-take-all game to advance to the next round – or end the season. Which meant it could be the final game for the two biggest names in Fever history: superstar Tamika Catchings, retiring after the season; and White, leaving for Vanderbilt.

When it was over, after they had knelt as one, the Fever returned to the bench and wondered what awaited them there.

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