The Morning Report
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Chargers: While the Chargers continue to work behind the scenes to figure out the team’s stadium future, San Diego continues to achieve success on the field. By improving to 3-1 this weekend, the team remains tied with Denver in the division (who beat the previously undefeated Ravens 13-3 on Monday Night Football). But another player gets into legal trouble, continuing a disturbing trend of Chargers players crossing the law.
voiceofsandiego.org: Voice staff writer Evan McLaughlin explores the Chargers’ new stadium possibilities – both in town and out of town.
SignOnSanDiego.com: Kevin Acee writes thatthe Chargers need to get on a winning streak and yet another San Diego football player getting into legal trouble.
Padres: Despite the disappointment of losing to the Cardinals in the first round for the second year in a row, the Padres (and the team’s fanatics) have a busy offseason to consider changes. Here are a bunch of recent links by Padres beat reporters:
SignOnSanDiego.com: The Union-Tribune’s Tom Krasovic writes the Padres are ready for a spending spree, adding that Bochy will probably not get fired from his job (he has one year left on his contract), but Alderson may allow the long-time Padres skipper to talk with other teams looking for a manager.
Northcountytimes.com: Padres writer Brian Hiro writes Padres CEO hints that Towers, Bochy to return.
Mercurynews.com: The Associated Press Padres beat writer Bernie Wilson discusses the Padres offseason prospects.
Rotowire.com: Padres Expected to Exercise Option on Mike Cameron.
– CHRIS NIXON