A former Chargers great passes away, Ryan Mathews makes it clear he wants to be in camp on time, and the NFL holds it's annual rookie symposium here in San Diego.
DON CORYELL PASSES AWAY AT THE AGE OF 85
Former Chargers coach Don Coryell has passes away at the age of 85 after a hard-fought battle with illness. Widely considered father of the modern passing game, his impact on the game is felt league-wide and it remains a mystery why he has not yet been inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame.
“We are talking about a most unbelievable individual loved by thousands of players and fans because of his style, his graciousness and his warmth, and for his love of football and the way the game should be played.” - Dan Fouts on Don Coryell
San Diego State University will hold "The Celebration of Don Coryell's Life" on July 12th, 2010 at Viejas Area. Ceremony starts at 2pm and is open to the public.
RYAN MATHEWS NOT LIKELY TO HOLD OUT
“My main thing is to get into camp as soon as possible,” Mathews said. “I’ve talked to my agent; I need to be there. Too many guys hold out for all the wrong reasons and I’m not going to be one of them. I’m looking ahead, to winning that last game of the year, the Super Bowl.”
DRAFTEES MEET AT THE NFL'S ROOKIE SYMPOSIUM
San Diego Union Tribune multimedia producer 'Annie' chats with Chargers rookies at the annual Rookie Symposium held at the La Costa Resort and Spa here in North San Diego:
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