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2020 Schedule

Bubbling In the Bubble

Ben Lyons and producer Greg talk about the changers in the NBA Bubble allowing some family and friends entry. Hard Knocks focuses on the trials of the Covid-19 pre-season with the Rams and Chargers. Rich Kleiman calls in to talk about how the Bubble and the sports business is adapting in the Covid-19 environment.

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Chargers QB Tyrod Taylor, who is expected to open the season as the starter, said Friday that he intends to use his platform to support social justice issues. "I plan to and I think we have a head coach who supports it as well," said Taylor, later adding that a team coalition is in the early development stages. "The message has to be intentional and we plan to do that moving forward and just try to better the communities out here in California," Taylor said.

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Chargers QB Taylor: 'Attack' remains like starter's

Chargers quarterback Tyrod Taylor says he hasn't changed his preparations or approach to playing after the team took Oregon's Justin Herbert with the No. 6 draft pick.

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Ranking every NFL position group from 1-32

Which team has the best wide receivers? The best edge rushers? We rank all 32 teams in 10 different position groups, plus with an overall roster outlook.

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Chargers DE Joey Bosa on the need for players to be accountable on and off the field as it pertains to COVID-19 safety: "I think the most responsible team this year is going to be the one that wins and it's just going to take guys not to get too comfortable. I think now everybody is hypersensitive and being super safe but maybe a month down the road people are just going to maybe get a little comfortable and... it's going to be up to [us to] keep each other accountable."

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The Chargers announced that DE Joey Bosa has officially signed his contract. ESPN's AdamSchefter reported the terms earlier this week - 5 years, $135 million with a defensive record $102 million guaranteed.

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The Chargers have released six players to put their roster at 80 players, the team announced. Players released include DT PJ Johnson, OT Koda Martin, WR Andre Patton, TEs Jared Rice and Andrew Vollert and S Roderic Teamer.

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Chargers rookie RB Josh Kelley, a fourth-round pick from UCLA, said Friday that despite the virtual offseason program, his transition to in-person walkthroughs this week has been seamless. "Luckily for me, I've worked out with Austin [Ekeler] and Justin [Jackson]," Kelley said. "So I've been able to get these reps with those guys, so for me, that was almost stealing some reps this offseason where a lot of guys didn't have that."


Chargers' Lynn happy that Bosa has new deal

After having dealt with Melvin Gordon's holdout last year during training camp, Chargers coach Anthony Lynn said Wednesday he was excited that Joey Bosa has agreed to a five-year contract extension prior to the start of camp.

Lindsey Thiry ESPN 

Chargers coach Anthony Lynn said Wednesday that to his knowledge, all 86 players have reported to training camp. Lynn also said that he has not had any conversations with players regarding opting out of the season, but added that he would be supportive of any player who would want to make that decision.


Hour 1: Socially Distanced Baseball Brawls

Jessica Mendoza joins to talk about unwritten rules and the Marlins' COVID outbreak. Tim Hasselbeck joins to talk about the NFL's preparations to play during a pandemic and if teams should stop paying top dollar to their defensive stars.

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Bolts extend Bosa; 5 years, $135M, sources say

Joey Bosa has agreed to a five-year, $135 million extension with the Chargers, with sources telling ESPN it includes $102 million guaranteed, an NFL record for a defensive player.


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Chargers DE Joey Bosa agrees to record-breaking extension as he reports to training camp.

Joey Bosa agrees to record extension with Chargers (0:50)

Adam Schefter ESPN Senior Writer 

Chargers and DE Joey Bosa reached agreement on a 5-year, $135 million extension that ties him to LA the next six years, league sources tell ESPN. He had $78M fully guaranteed at signing and $102M guaranteed - a new NFL defensive record.

Team Stats

Passing Yards276.66th
Rushing Yards90.828th
Points For21.121st
Points Against21.619th

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