DAILY LINKS: Dean Spanos heckled at L.A. Chargers rally

A Fan Interrupted A Chargers Event With Middle Fingers And Adults In Jerseys Were Very Angry At Him – Yahoo! Sports
This has it all. One middle finger. Two middle fingers. Grown men in sports jerseys angry at another man in a sports jersey, who is also angry. The one guy in the Lance Alworth jersey is so mad at Middle Fingers Man that he is ready to fight him. The part that makes it truly sad is after Middle Fingers Man says his peace, he doesn’t want to fight his fellow fan; he calmly walks up the stairs with security, defeated and broken.

AUDIO: SD Sign Guy: “I Felt Like An Away Fan At A Charger Rally”
SD Sign Guy Joseph Macrae joined Scott and BR to talk about why he decided to curse out Dean Spanos at today’s Charger rally in Inglewood.

VIDEO: L.A. Chargers Pep Rally “It Was The Goal Of The NFL To Return To Southern California”
Hear from Dean Spanos, Roger Goodell and Philip Rivers as the Chargers kick off their new era in Los Angeles with an invite-only pep rally.

How the Four Championship Game Teams Were Built – The MMQB
The commonality among the Packers, Falcons, Patriots and Steelers is obvious. But look past their elite quarterbacks, and other trends emerge. Plus more on drafting RBs, a defensive evolution and the next Belichick.

Join The Mighty 1090 for NFL Championship Sunday!
Nothing beats the excitement of the NFL Playoffs! The Mighty 1090 will be hosting an AFC/NFC Championship party on Sunday, January 22nd and we want you to join us!

Your favorite Mighty 1090 personalities will be there to watch with you as the Falcons face the Packers and the Steelers face the Patriots to determine who goes to the Super Bowl!

Coop, 3 it is! Bagwell, Raines, Pudge elected to HOF – MLB.com
Trevor Hoffman missed by five votes in his second year on the ballot and Vladimir Guerrero by 15. Still, this was only the third time (first since 1947) that five players received more than 70 percent of the vote.

Trevor Hoffman Hall of Fame vote adds to San Diego sports fans’ misery – San Diego Union-Tribune
Beloved Padres player Trevor Hoffman was left out of the Baseball Hall of Fame at Major League Baseball’s annual announcement of inductees on Wednesday. The man who was at one point the all-time saves leader and whose name graces baseball’s National League reliever of the year award missed the cut that baseball players Jeff Bagwell, Ivan Rodriguez and Tim Raines made.

AUDIO: LaDainian Tomlinson: “There Is Nothing I Can Say That Is Going To Be Right For Everybody”
The great LT joined Scott and BR to talk about the Chargers relocating to Los Angeles, why he can’t please the fans no matter what he says about the move and his plans to celebrate in San Diego if he makes the Pro Football Hall of Fame.

VIDEO: Roger Goodell Kind Of Answers Questions On Chargers Move To Los Angeles
Following the Chargers Los Angeles kick-off pep rally (invite only) , Roger Goodell kind of answered some questions from the media on the team moving from San Diego and what he’d tell their crushed fans.

The Chargers’ Logo Died On Its Way Back To Its Home Planet – Deadspin
Goodbye, you sad, silly logo that looked like it belonged in a movie where they couldn’t get the rights to real NFL trademarks.

On their website, the team is still going with the classic lightning bolt logo, and a Chargers wordmark that deemphasizes the whole “Los Angeles” bit. Really winning those hearts and minds up in L.A, guys.

VIDEO: Gulls Push Win Streak To Four Games With Two Key Wins On The Road
Craig Elsten breaks down the Gulls recent four-game win streak, the addition of long-time NHL Goalie Jhonas Enroth, and what’s in store for the week ahead.

White Sox Prospect Throws Ball 110 Miles Per Hour – Deadspin
White Sox pitcher Michael Kopech was the 33rd overall pick in the 2014 amateur draft. As you can see here, he is capable of throwing the ball hard as hell.


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