Chargers cornerback Casey Hayward discussed trying avoid another slow start, if they’re the team to beat in the AFC West, the talent at wide receiver and what
Chargers quarterback Philip Rivers on being popular favorites to win the AFC West and why this roster reminds him of the talent-laden 2006-2009 San Diego Chargers.
Chargers wide receiver Mike Williams on being part of his first real training camp, learning from Keenan Allen and putting a difficult first year behind him.
Rams defensive tackle on playing on his first winning team, why was blown away by the addition of Ndamukong Suh and if the Rams are the team to beat in the NFC
Rams second-year wide receiver Cooper Kupp on being a dad for the first time and the early impact of Brandin Cooks on the wide receivers.
Scott shares his thoughts on Rams training camp and why he’s excited about this year’s team.
Charlie Ebersol on why San Diego, caliber of football, talks with NFL & where they see long term home
Alliance of American Football Founder and CEO Charlie Ebersol discussed why San Diego was a clear choice for a franchise, what type of football fans can expect, if they can
Peter King discussed why the Chargers and Rams are the teams to beat in their respective divisions, why the Giants didn’t draft a quarterback, the future of the MMQB
Yes, we thought he was joking. Josh McDaniel discussed his post-Super Bowl future and how he has changed as a person since he was the head coach of the Denver Broncos.
I’m all too aware how toxic the name Spanos is in San Diego, so why did I choose to interview them on Radio Row? I discussed it from the frigid temps in Minnesota.