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Arrest recalls '09 Bolts' partying

Arrest recalls '09 Bolts' partying

signonsandiego.com Updated Dec 31, 2013
LaDainian Tomlinson questioned teammates' focus after the Chargers' last playoff game.
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  • Video - Double Coverage: Chargers at Bengals 03:45

    Double Coverage: Chargers at Bengals

    Dec 31
    ESPN Chargers reporter Eric Williams and Bengals reporter Coley Harvey deliver the latest storylines as San Diego prepares to face Cincinnati in this weekend's AFC wild-card game.
  • Video - NFL's Vice President of Officiating Blandino on Kansas City Chiefs missed field goal 02:43

    NFL's Vice President of Officiating Blandino on Kansas City Chiefs missed field goal

    Dec 31
    NFL Vice President of Officiating Dean Blandino explains the missed penalty in the Kansas City Chiefs vs. San Diego Chargers game that should have resulted in another field goal attempt for Chiefs kicker Ryan Succop.

Sports Columnists

  • Don Banks: Rex Ryan should embrace lame-duck status, gamble on himself

    Dec 31
    Every NFL head coach faces the critical go-for-it decision many times each season, but the call that Rex Ryan is staring down these days carries a lot more significance and potential reward than just another fourth-down gamble, two-point conversion try,…
  • The Tuesday Mailbag

    Dec 31
    The NFL has an interesting statistical dilemma on its hands on the final day of 2013. Should Peyton Manning own the single-season record for passing yards? We call this column “On Further Review,” and that’s exactly what I did on Tuesday morning to see …
  • The Playoff Report

    Dec 31
    Getty Images (3) OTAs. Six weeks of training camp. Four preseason games. Seventeen more in the regular season. All to get to this point—the chance to dance in January for the Lombardi Trophy. Twelve teams are left, and I’ve got the lowdown on each one. …
  • Clayton's mailbag -- AFC playoffs will be high-scoring affair

    Dec 31
    Clayton's mailbag: While defense reigns in the NFC, the AFC's best are fueled by high-octane attacks