Morning Dump

By Ernie Padaon

The stadiums have been fast tracked by Governor Jerry Brown. Does that mean that Los Angeles OR San Diego OR BOTH will get a stadium built?

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As a Los Angeles NFL fan, I still lack a real local team to really follow. With two competing NFL stadium projects in the works, Farmers Field and the Los Angeles Stadium at Grand Crossing, I do think we will see a team announce their move here after the regular season ends. I think that team will be the San Diego Chargers, so I’ve begun to follow Charger games a lot more closely, after all they just may be the Los Angeles Chargers next season.

Gov. Jerry Brown signed a bill Tuesday that San Diego boosters hope will assist in building a stadium to replace aging Qualcomm Stadium and keep the Chargers from leaving for Los Angeles.

At the same time civic leaders in Los Angeles applauded and patted themselves on their backs, fans in San Francisco, Oakland and San Diego also cheered emphatically.

Last week: The Dolphins remained winless with a 17-16 loss to the Cleveland Browns. Miami was on the verge of its first victory, but Cleveland scored a touchdown with 43 seconds left to send the Dolphins to their third straight loss.

SAN DIEGO —- The Chargers turnover totals through three games aren’t that different than a year ago, when the sky was falling at September’s end. The Chargers have an extra win and a much-improved special teams unit to lessen the blow.

The San Diego Chargers weren’t blacked out in either their first two home games.

SAN DIEGO (CNS) – A state measure that could put a proposed downtown stadium for the Chargers on a faster track was signed Monday by Gov. Jerry Brown.