Tomlinson encourages the Chargers to trade Rivers

LaDainian Tomlinson, Philip Rivers

AUDIO: LT On The Chargers “They Don’t Know How To Win Yet”
LaDainian Tomlinson on why the Chargers should trade Philip Rivers, why the blown fourth quarter leads are about the inexperienced players & why Mike McCoy isn’t the problem.

As they seek subsidy, Bolts need to pay up if coach is sought – San Diego Union-Tribune
McCoy’s salary as recently as 2015 was in the bottom-3 of the 32-team NFL, reported the San Jose Mercury News

The commitment to McCoy – who never had run a team at any level — was about half the salary that the Kansas City Chiefs, a Chargers rival, pledged to accomplished NFL veteran Andy Reid.

AUDIO: Mayor Faulconer: “It’s Going To Be Very Difficult To Get Two-Thirds Vote…Not Just With This Measure But Any Measure”
San Diego Mayor Kevin Faulconer joins Kevin Acee to discuss his endorsement of Measure C and why he is finally endorsing the Chargers plan.

Showalter’s blunder costs O’s as Jays win wild-card thriller – Sports Illustrated
Orioles manager Buck Showalter had a chance to use his best pitcher with the season on the line, but chose not to. The Blue Jays took full advantage, booking themselves a trip to the ALDS.

Orioles players react to beer thrown at Hyun Soo Kim: ‘As pathetic as it gets’ – USA Today
Orioles left fielder Hyun Soo Kim was nearly hit in the head by a beer can while making a catch on a fly ball near the wall in the seventh inning.

Orioles center fielder Adam Jones, who also was taunted with racial slurs, said he hopes the fan is arrested and prosecuted for his actions.

Bolts Add Trio to Practice Squad –
The San Diego Chargers added a trio of new faces to the practice squad today, signing WR Kevin Norwood, LB Deon King and OT Brett Boyko. To make room, the team waived DT Kaleb Eulls, OLB Ben Gardner and TE Austin Traylor.

AUDIO: Craig Elsten: “Last Season Was A HUGE Business Success, As Well As A Success On The Ice”
Play by play man for the San Diego Gulls, Craig Elsten, joins Kevin Acee to set us up for the 2016-17 Gulls season as it is rapidly approaching.


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5 questions facing the Padres this offseason – San Diego Union-Tribune
A shift in focus defined 2016. The Padres, now in their 10th consecutive October without a sniff of the playoffs, committed to a full-scale reconstruction.

It will be six months before they arrive at Dodger Stadium for another season opener. It’s likely to be much longer before they seriously challenge the inhabitants of that venue.

Odell Beckham: ‘I’m not having fun anymore’ playing football – Sports Illustrated
Beckham told ESPN’s Anita Marks after Monday night’s loss to the Vikings that he’s frustrated with the media’s focus on his on-field behavior and his role in the Giants’ offense at the moment.

“Football is my sanctuary,” Beckham told Marks. “It’s where I go to escape. It’s where I’m most happy. I’m not having fun anymore.”

He added that he feels the circus surrounding his matchup with Redskins cornerback Josh Norman—stemming largely from a contentious game last season where the two butted heads while Norman was on the Panthers—“tarnished” his image.

ESPN Fayetteville won’t air East Carolina football game due to anthem protest – USA Today
Unhappy with the East Carolina marching band’s decision to protest during the national anthem, ESPN Fayetteville announced plans to “protest the protest” on Tuesday by not airing the football team’s game Saturday against South Florida

Louisville Football Bans Autograph Requests Due to Player Eligibility Concerns – Bleacher Report
Louisville’s football program announced Tuesday it will no longer permit student-athletes to sign autographs over concerns it could threaten eligibility.

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