Category: Los Angeles Chargers

Los Angeles Chargers

Jul 26

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He went 5 that day and made the most impressive kick that I have ever seen.However, he slumped badly the second half of the and finished with a .249 batting average, 28 home runs, 89 RBIs, and 19 steals while playing all 162 for the first time his career.It’s what he told me he wanted.Klein …

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Jul 20

Nick Foles: It was hard to watch other QBs sign big contracts

Quarterback Nick Foles has been consistent this offseason when it comes to expressing his happiness about being a member of the Eagles even if staying in Philly means he is back to being a backup this season. Despite trading Marcus Peters, the Chiefs could field an improved secondary. They’ll have the presumed healthy return of …

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Jul 17

Jimmy Garoppolo Takes Charge, Richard Sherman Steps In: 10 Thoughts on the 49ers

In the second half of last season, McVay used three wide receivers and one back nearly 90 percent of the time. He often aligned those receivers tight to the formation, where they were threats to run-block and had enough field around them to go left or right after the snap. That two-way go, mixed with …

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Jul 14

Logan Ryan doing boxing work with Eddie George to prepare for season

It’s not unusual to hear about current NFL players training with former players as they get ready for a season, but Titans cornerback Logan Ryan’s choice of workouts with one of the franchise’s past stars is a bit off the standard path. The Titans knocked a team out of the playoffs for the first time …

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Jul 12

Cleveland Browns rookie quarterback Baker Mayfield plays with a gigantic chip on his shoulder.

So Fox Sports’ Colin Cowherd probably should’ve known Mayfield wasn’t going to take criticism sitting down during an interview Thursday. Especially when it was half-baked, lazy criticism made in bad faith. Mayfield, 23, hasn’t always been a squeaky clean player between the lines. He apologized for planting an Oklahoma flag in the middle of the …

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Jul 10

Houston’s 2017 season would have looked different, but Deshaun Watson could have always been its future.

The 2017 NFL season was marked by chaos. Injuries. Feuds between players and coaches. Feuds between owners. Feuds between owners and Roger Goodell. Trump. But there was still joy to be found in the NFL in between those pockets of turbulence. One of last season’s bright spots was just how much of a delight Tony …

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Jul 06

Alan Busenitz (2-0), the sixth reliever for Minnesota, pitched 1 2/3 innings for the victory.

The Twins were one out from winning in the ninth inning, but closer Fernando Rodney walked pinch-hitter Daniel Palka, a former Twins farmhand, on four pitches to force in a run. Rodney quickly retired the first two hitters, but Yolmer Sanchez singled to start the rally. Rodney hit Tim Anderson with a pitch, and Tilson …

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Jul 05

While Jordan’s offensive value has been something of a given, his defense has fluctuated throughout his career, and last year it saw a downturn in that regard.

Whether by trade or as a free agent, there has been a growing sense over the past week that Jordan was headed to Dallas three years after spurning an agreement with the Mavericks to re-sign with the LA Clippers in the summer of 2015. The most interesting news, then, is the one-year duration of this …

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Jun 02

NFL silent on gambling ruling

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On Monday, the NFL experienced the agony of defeat in the highest court in the nation. Soon, the NFL will experience the thrill of financial victory. Ever proud of its track record in court, losing before the U.S. Supreme Court in the sports betting case undermines the league’s legal prowess. But it will result in …

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May 31

Eli Apple ’embarrassed’ by 2017 antics, ready to ‘move forward’

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That’s what some scouts and executives had him pegged as coming out of the 2014 draft, anyway. And if things go really well — meaning he’s indeed grown up, and his game has grown along with it — maybe he can be more than that. You never really know in football. In the meantime, teams …

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