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chargers.com Jun 4, 2013The San Diego Chargers have been saddened by the loss of a number of all-time greats in recent months.Upvote Share TweetThe Chargers released the following statement on the passing of Deacon Jones.Upvote Share Tweetprofootballtalk.com Jun 4, 2013The 49ers are suddenly stockpiling special-teams standouts. A day after adding veteran safety/special-teamer Ray Ventrone, the Niners have signed receiver/special-teamer Kassim Osgood, per a source with knowledge of the transaction. After seven seasons …Upvote Share Tweetchargers.com Jun 4, 2013Danario Alexander is looking forward to his second year with the San Diego Chargers.Upvote Share Tweet
Glove the answer for Philip Rivers?ESPN.com Jun 4, 2013The glove talk in the AFC West is clearly not complete. Late last season, it was all about Peyton Manning wearing a glove in the Denver cold. Now, the attention is turning to San Diego quarterback Philip Rivers. Rivers wore a glove on his throwing hand …Upvote Share Tweetsignonsandiego.com Jun 4, 2013Max Starks spoke with former teammate Mike Adams after Adams was stabbed on Saturday.Upvote Share TweetESPN.com Jun 4, 2013Adrian Gonzalez and Scott Van Slyke homered, Yasiel Puig had a successful major league debut, and the Los Angeles Dodgers beat the San Diego Padres 2-1 on Monday night.Upvote Share Tweet
Puig Leads DodgersJun 4Dodgers rookie Yasiel Puig homers twice in a 9-7 win over the Padres.
Peter King: Late Deacon Jones would have dominated any era; mailJun 4You can't say many players from the '40s, '50s and '60s would have dominated today. Be competitive, sure. But dominated? Not many. Deacon Jones, though -- there was a guy who would have been one of the greats whenever he played.
Brian Shaw serious target for Brooklyn Nets job -- sourcesJun 4Indiana Pacers assistant coach Brian Shaw is a serious target for the Brooklyn Nets, NBA coaching sources tell ESPN.com's Marc Stein and ESPN The Magazine's Chris Broussard.