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A pity Dolphins owner doesn't own Chargers

A pity Dolphins owner doesn't own Chargers

Every NFL team owner save one voted on Monday to relocate the Oakland Raiders to Las Vegas. The dissenter, Stephen Ross of the Miami Dolphins, holds the outrageous belief that if a $14-billion industry wants football palaces in all of its markets, owners of said football teams should pull out the...
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Browns re-sign defensive lineman Jamie Meder of Parma Heights

Browns re-sign defensive lineman Jamie Meder of Parma Heights

The Browns re-signed defensive lineman Jamie Meder, the team announced March 28.Meder, from Parma Heights, has grown to be a celebrity in Northeast Ohio after being nicknamed the "Pierogi Prince of Parma" by 10-year Pro Bowl tackle Joe Thomas in December.Meder helped the Browns win for the only time in 2016 when he blocked a field-goal attempt by the Chargers to help preserve a 20-17 victory on Christmas Eve.

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Vegas Raiders cement Bolts as SD's one NFL option

I sympathize and empathize with friends and neighbors who pine for the NFL’s return to San Diego, even as the gray matter between their ears tells them to just let go. The Chargers, aside from being our best dressers until the Spani mothballed the Powder Blues, were San Diego’s great conversation...

Chargers sell out season tickets for 2017

The Chargers’ tiny house will be a crowded one this upcoming season. The team has sold out all of its season tickets for the upcoming season, during which it will play in the smallest stadium in the NFL, with capacity around 30,000 fans. The team has also placed a hold on “several thousand” additional...

Raiders' move to Las Vegas is official

Another city has lost its NFL team. This time it is the Raiders who are once again on the move. A little more than two months after the Chargers announced they would leave San Diego for Los Angeles, the NFL's 32 team owners voted Monday morning to approve the Raiders’ relocation to Las Vegas. The...

Let's see a Q site plan not beholden to sports

  The Chargers are leaving San Diego. In their wake, a fascination with spectator sports persists among powerful locals. Three plans have surfaced for east Mission Valley. All three tout a sports stadium. Football, soccer, or soccer-football venues are proposed for within the some 215 acres in...

Chargers' training camp set for Costa Mesa

The Chargers will hold training camp this summer near their new Orange County home, the team announced late Tuesday. Camp will take place at the Jack Hammett Sports Complex, a center that has six fields that normally houses youth soccer and flag football. The site, located at 2750 Fairview Road,...

Manti Te'o, now a Saint, was a Bolts riddle

The divorce between the Chargers and Manti Te’o became official this week when the linebacker reached terms with the Saints on a contract through 2018. Te’o, taken 38th overall after the Chargers moved up to get him in the 2013 NFL draft, represented the first bold play of the Spanos-Telesco front...
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Former Eagles running back Kenjon Barner signs with Chargers

A former Eagles running back has found a new home. Kenjon Barner has signed with the San Diego Chargers on a one-year deal, the

Chargers should draft QB, but not at No. 7

The NFL draft is about five weeks away and, while it may not mean a hunk of unleavened bread to many of you since the Judases decamped from our table in January without paying the check, it does to some around here. It does to me. Always has, especially from that day in 1983 when I arose at 2 a.m....

Chargers' Allen recovering, says he'll be ready for training camp

There’s a better than average chance that Keenan Allen, the Chargers wide receiver, will look at the television screen during a NCAA Tournament broadcast and start dreaming. He won’t, though, be imagining a reality where he’s catching alley oops instead of spirals. That dream hasn’t existed since...

SDSU football is getting a free pass that Bolts & Spanos did not

When Dean Spanos sought public treasure for his Chargers, many locals declined to just take his word for what a great deal it was. San Diego acted like a big city. Leaders and others tried to vet the plan. They sized up the Spanos acumen. People asked questions. Why raise $1.15 billion in taxes...

Minus NFL, Bolts, SD sports scene sees more global spin

Good morning. Buenos dias. Bonjour. Buongiorno. Guten Morgen. The time to leave San Diego is drawing near for the NFL cartel and Dean Spanos, the overly enabled team owner who will move his club out of Chargers Park by July 31st. San Diego will be without Chargers football for the first time in...

From NFL to SoccerCity means so long, Q

“Qualcomm Stadium is tired and ultimately needs to be retired” is how “SoccerCity” front man Nick Stone sized up the former longtime Chargers home last month. I’d just asked Stone if the SoccerCity plan to develop the Qualcomm Stadium site could preserve or rehab the old sports venue. Dumb question....

AFC West's growth rate slows, helping pokey Chargers

This might be the offseason the AFC West’s surge slows down, allowing the pokey Chargers to catch up. Might, I say. Messrs. Elway (Broncos), Dorsey-Reid (Chiefs) and McKenzie (Raiders) did not add dumb pills to their breakfast intake. It’s just that each talent man’s successes cut into his salary...

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