Chargers lose yet another starter to a season-ending injury

San Diego Chargers linebacker Manti Te'o (50) during the second half of their NFL football game against the Kansas City Chiefs in Kansas City, Mo., Sunday, Sept. 11, 2016. (AP Photo/Reed Hoffmann)

Manti Te’o latest Charger lost to injury – San Diego Union-Tribune
Manti Te’o, like Chargers running back Branden Oliver and tight end Jeff Cumberland this preseason, suffered a non-contact Achilles injury. The inside linebacker, like wide receiver Keenan Allen and running back Danny Woodhead the previous two Sundays, was carted off during the first half of a regular-season game.

Marlins will grieve Jose Fernandez for years, but give him one night of glory – USA Today
When the national anthem ended, the Mets players and coaching staff walked across the field and embraced the Marlins. The players stayed on the field, knelt in front of the mound and prayed, with many using their fingers to draw 16 on the mound.

Giancarlo Stanton, the most prominent Marlin, gathered the players together near the mound. Tears streaming down his face, Stanton gave them a brief pep talk, and it ended with them pointing their fingers toward the sky in tribute.

The tragic final night of Jose Fernandez’s life – Yahoo Sports
Bernal stepped outside and took the call. Rivero’s friend, Jose Fernandez, had asked him to go for a late-night ride on a 32-foot fishing boat into the wee hours of Sunday. This sounded bad. Bernal had ridden on a boat at night once, and it was terrifying. Not just the darkness, but the choppy waves from the rain earlier in the day and the threat of other boats and the objects obscured by the night.

AUDIO: Casey Hayward: “We Need To Be Able To Put Teams Away”
Chargers cornerback Casey Hayward chats with Kevin Acee down at Chargers Park the day after a tough loss to the Indianapolis Colts as well as how his time here in San Diego compares to his time as a Green Bay Packer.

VIDEO: Brandon Mebane On If Chargers Are Frustrated & Another Player Injury
Chargers nose tackle Brandon Mebane on if the Chargers are frustrated after another fourth quarter loss and why it seems the be the same issues in the team’s two losses this season.

AUDIO: Major Garrett On Chargers Culture Of Losing & Historic Presidential Debate
CBS Chief White House Correspondent Major Garrett on why the Chargers have created a culture of losing, why it’s a disconnected fan base and getting ready to cover an unprecedented presidential debate.

VIDEO: Dan & Joe: Chargers Lack Talent
Dan Sileo and Joe Tutino break down the Chargers ugly loss to the Indianapolis Colts, and what they need to do better if they’re to have a chance against New Orleans next weekend.

Padres teeing up another busy offseason at Petco Park – San Diego Union-Tribune
A week from today, the Padres will have gone their separate ways to start a four-month offseason. Of course, there’s no such thing these days at Petco Park, the host for more than two dozen ventures before the start of the 2017 season, from next week’s Padres Futures Game to monster truck action to the return of The Links at Petco Park.

Conor McGregor, Eddie Alvarez to meet in UFC 205 main event – USA Today
UFC featherweight champion Conor McGregor and lightweight champion Eddie Alvarez will clash atop the UFC 205 card, the promotion announced late Monday night.

McGregor would become the first fighter in UFC history to hold two belts simultaneously with a victory over Alvarez at Madison Square Garden on Nov. 12. The prospect of the bout was subject to much speculation in recent days and comes after Alvarez demanded a fight with McGregor on Twitter last week.

San Diego Padres sponsor Gay Men’s Chorus holiday show – Outsports
“‘Jingle’ is a festive and entertaining holiday tradition in our community,” Padres President and CEO Mike Dee said in a statement obtained by the San Diego Tribune. “The Padres are proud to support the San Diego Gay Men’s Chorus and to provide the opportunity for many San Diegans to experience this special show for the first time.”

Carli Lloyd supports Rapinoe’s right to protest but calls it ‘distraction’ – USA Today
Rapinoe took a knee before two national team exhibitions earlier this month, the first time an athlete has protested while wearing a U.S. uniform. That brought added attention, which is why Lloyd said she termed it a distraction.

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