Various pegs, and so many holes


Every new coach comes in preaching “culture.” The incoming regime on any team must first distance themselves from the party that got fired to open the hole that they filled. There’s usually a slam article or two on the recently deposed, some shocking stories that linger — but may or
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Sucking out the poison

Forgive the bitterness, for it’s only a sign of the poison. I don’t care about the Chargers anymore. I wish them luck in the future, pray no one gets hurt, and I promise to never burn my vintage powder blue Junior Seau jersey. But my days of proudly repping a
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The Goff gaffe

It was understandable to be excited for Jared Goff to finally start under center for the Los Angeles Rams two weeks ago. The newly relocated Rams had bet the farm on Goff, trading six picks to acquire the first overall selection in this year’s draft and take L.A’s presumptive young
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The Joey Bosa experience

I’m in no position to defend the financial transgressions of the San Diego Chargers. I’ve written extensively about the management’s apathy toward both the fan base and the history of their franchise but never about how that apathy affects the on-field product. So, when I saw they were again mistreating
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San Diego vice

The Chargers have a favor to ask. This coming election cycle, the team plans to propose a bill that will raise taxes in San Diego. It will likely be a 4 percent increase in hotel taxes and will require two-thirds of San Diegans to approve it to be passed. The
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My Raider Nation

I’ve been a Raiders fan my whole life. I was raised in East Oakland, about 15 minutes from the Coliseum. I was lucky enough to watch the Raiders play their best football since returning to Oakland in 1995. Rich Gannon. Charles Woodson. Tim Brown. Napoleon Kaufman. The early 2000s Raiders
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