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The San Diego Chargers are still interested in signing pass-rusher Dwight Freeney even though his visit has ended. It could come down to finances. Freeney, who would be the Chargers’ best rusher, has been looking for a good contract since leaving the Co
Share TweetThe San Diego Chargers helped raise money at STAR/PAL’s 13th Annual Celebrity Waiter Luncheon.Source: chargers.com
Te'o attracts a steady media presenceUpdated May 17 Share TweetManti Te'o surfaced at Hollywood party on Wednesday night.Source: signonsandiego.comShare TweetJohnny Manziel became the first freshman to win college football's coveted Heisman Trophy, and on Thursday, the Texas A&M quarterback took batting practice with the Padres before their matchup with the Nationals.Source: MLB.com
AFC West draft: Chargers second guessUpdated May 17 Share TweetTom Telesco said you "never know" if the Chargers had to move up to get Manti Te'o.Source: signonsandiego.comShare TweetStephen Strasburg pitched a career-high eight innings against his hometown Padres, and Bryce Harper and Adam LaRoche homered to lead the Washington Nationals to a 6-2 victory against San Diego on Thursday night.Share TweetJust two days after losing Melvin Ingram to a torn ACL, the San Diego Chargers have made a move to bring in additional depth at the linebacker position. The Chargers announced Thursday they have signed former Carolina Panthers linebacker Thomas Keiser. …Source: profootballtalk.com
Nationals Overcome Padres In 10May 17Chad Tracy's solo home run in the 10th inning gave the Nationals a 6-5 victory over the Padres.
NFL - John Clayton breaks down big spenders and big bargains in free agenc…May 17Plenty of teams made big splashes early in free agency, but keep an eye on those who waited for smart bargains, writes John Clayton.
Don Banks: NFL is watching, but not expecting to strip Haslam of Browns ow…May 17In the relatively short but tortured history of the re-incarnated Cleveland Browns, every dark cloud appearing on the horizon has generally presaged a darker and more ominous one, leading the team's fans and even the organization itself to develop an al…