Chargers may have a superstar in Joey Bosa

San Diego Chargers defensive end Joey Bosa (99) celebrates after sacking Oakland Raiders quarterback Derek Carr (4) during the second half of an NFL football game in Oakland, Calif., Sunday, Oct. 9, 2016. (AP Photo/Marcio Jose Sanchez)

AUDIO: Kevin Acee Says Joey Bosa Has “IT”!
Kevin Acee takes a segment in the opening hour to talk about Joey Bosa and how even though it’s only been one game, the Chargers top draft pick sure seems to have IT. Listen here!

VIDEO: Joey Bosa On Debut And Fan Reaction, Melvin Gordon On Fumble & Dangerous Broncos
Chargers defensive end Joey Bosa on what he thought of his overall performance in his NFL debut and the changing response on social media; Melvin Gordon on what happened in his costly fumble against the Raiders and preparing for the dangerous Broncos defense.


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AUDIO: Corey Liuget “We Care, The San Diego Chargers Are Going To Play Some Gdamn Good Football”
Chargers DT Corey Liuget on focusing after another tough loss, Joey Bosa’s impressive debut, if he feels like he’s playing for Mike McCoy’s job and why the team hasn’t quit as the Bolts prepare for the Broncos.

McCoy defends FG decision – San Diego Union-Tribune
In comments Monday after reviewing the game film, the coach noted that victory wasn’t assured if the Bolts had gained the needed yardage for a first down.

“There’s no guarantees,” he said. “I’ll say this: if you get the fourth-and-1 conversion, who knows what’s gonna happen from there? There’s no guarantees. That’s the one thing.

“I’ve talked to everybody about that, the decision I made — talked to players and coaches. And a lot of them said the same thing: There’s no guarantee what was going to happen after that.”

AUDIO: Josh Lambo Discusses His Postgame Demeanor Following The Raiders Loss
Chargers kicker Josh Lambo responded to backlash he’s received from the fans and media after a camera caught him laughing off the field, following the loss to the Raiders.”


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Schultz brings experience to young Gulls – San Diego Union-Tribune
Young members of the San Diego Gulls interested in a blueprint for putting together a long career need look no further than their own dressing room.

Defenseman Jeff Schultz enters his first season with the Gulls and 12th as a pro. The 6-foot-6, 225-pounder played 409 NHL games with the Washington Capitals and Los Angeles Kings and spent last season with the AHL’s Ontario Reign.

This emotional roller coaster is just what Chicago Cubs needed – USA Today
These Chicago Cubs have gone through a torturous century of misery, but these past 24 hours, this emotional roller-coaster between euphoria and doom, turns out to be exactly what they needed.

Cubs manager Joe Maddon warned them in his playoff speech last week this would happen, and for the first time all season, they faced real adversity, and fear just around the corner.

Julian Green, Sacha Kljestan make most of USA’s drab draw vs. New Zealand – Sports Illustrated
With the CONCACAF Hexagonal on the horizon, Julian Green and Sacha Kljestan used the opportunities against Cuba and New Zealand to keep themselves in Jurgen Klinsmann’s frame.

Dear Donald Trump: I played in the NFL. Here’s what we really talk about in the locker room. – Vox
Former NFL punter Chris Kluwe gives a peek into what players really talk about in the locker room in an open letter to Republican candidate for President, Donald Trump.

Tim Tebow comforts fan who suffered seizure – USA Today
Tebow, who went 0-for-3 at the plate, was signing autographs when a fan suffered a seizure and lowered himself to the concrete ground.

The man remained remained alert and Tebow waited with him for about 15 minutes before paramedics arrived at Camelback Ranch stadium.

49ers name Colin Kaepernick starting quarterback ahead of Bills game – Sports Illustrated
Colin Kaepernick will start at quarterback for the 49ers on Sunday against the Bills, the team announced.

Kaepernick has not played all season. The 49ers went 1–4 with Blaine Gabbert as the team’s starting quarterback. After speculation the team would make a change, head coach Chip Kelly decided to roll with the controversial quarterback going forward.

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