A quick recap of the top San Diego Chargers news bits so far this week, including a blacked out preseason opener, a Chargers film premiering soon, and a wild new offensive package the Bolts may unveil.
SEATTLE AT SAN DIEGO PRESEASON OPENER OFFICIALLY BLACKED OUT
Per NFL policy, the game between the San Diego Chargers and the Seattle Seahawks on Saturday, Aug. 15 will not be shown live in the Chargers’ television market.
The tape-delayed telecast can be seen on KFMB-TV, Channel 8 in San Diego at 10:30 pm and on KCBS-TV, Channel 2 in Los Angeles at 11:30. KMIR-TV, Channel 6 in Palm Springs also will show it at 10:30 pm.
Chargers-Seahawks game blacked out
SAN DIEGO CHARGERS: THE COMPLETE HISTORY PREMIERS SEPT. 9, 2009
Celebrate a half-century of Chargers football as NFL® Films chronicles the history of our beloved Chargers. Drawing upon dozens of interviews, sideline sound, player and coaches wires and vintage radio accounts, The Complete History of the San Diego Chargers gives you a 50-yard-line seat for 50 years of hurrahs as well as heartbreaks. This exclusive one night only event is part of the Chargers 50th Anniversary Celebration
Buy tickets to the showings here
CHARGERS COULD RUN SOME WILDCAT (FROG) PACKAGES IN REGULAR SEASON
Like they did during two Offseason Coaching Sessions, the Chargers spent a big portion of their Tuesday afternoon practice working on the “Wildcat” offense, and like Head Coach Norv Turner said earlier this spring, the practice was mainly for the benefit of the team’s defense.
“We’re using it to help our defense get ready for it,” Turner said. “I’m not as concerned how we handle it offensively. I’m concerned about how we handle it defensively.”
A “Wild” day at Chargers Park
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