January 24, 2013; La Jolla, CA, USA; Tiger Woods waits for his turn on the fourth hole during the first round of the Farmers Insurance Open at Torrey Pines. Mandatory Credit: Christopher Hanewinckel-USA TODAY Sports
FRIDAY!!!!!! I love Fridays!!!!
I just wolfed down a jalapeno bagel and it’s still burning on the way down the tubes! Senior Bowl is this weekend and the Pro Bowl is this weekend also. Definitely have more interest in watching the Senior Bowl over the Pro Bowl this year. If I am stuck around the TV on Sunday, then I still might turn it on, but won’t go out of my way to check that game out.
For all the golf fans in town, Tiger Woods and Phil Mickelson are out at Torrey this weekend… I would pretend like I know more about golf, but I have no clue, even though I spent 4 years working at a golf company.
He moves seven steps backward, reading through his progression. The go route? No. The out route? No. To his left, a wide receiver runs a post corner, and it looks good. The quarterback turns to his right and gives a short pump fake, briefly drawing away the single-high safety. He glimpses back to his left and —
“I’ve always been a Browns fan,” said Chambers, who played wide receiver in the NFL for 10 years. “During their heyday, we’d watch the games on TV, and then run outside in the snow pretending to be Webster Slaughter, Bernie Kosar or Ozzie Newsome. The Browns have been down for a few years, but that’s about to change.”
It’s been a whirlwind week for Mike McCoy. Just a few days after being named the newest head coach for the Chargers, he was in Mobile, Alabama for the Senior Bowl. While there to evaluate some of the top collegiate prospects, McCoy was extremely busy rounding out his coaching staff. Still, he found time out of his busy schedule to sit down for an exclusive interview with Chargers.com to give us a sneak peek into what his first week as head coach has been like.
Few teams are watching this year’s left tackle draft prospects with more anticipation than the San Diego Chargers.
The position is the team’s greatest need and it could very well be the direction the Chargers take with the No. 11 overall pick in the NFL draft
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