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. Voice staff writer Evan McLaughlin explores the Chargers’ new stadium possibilities – both in town and out of town. 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: 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. Padres writer Brian Hiro writes Padres CEO hints that Towers, Bochy to return. The Associated Press Padres beat writer Bernie Wilson discusses the Padres offseason prospects. Padres Expected to Exercise Option on Mike Cameron.


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