Jim Dear




Despite the weather in America’s finest city, it is not always sunny in San Diego when it comes to Chargers’ news as of late. Although Eric Weddle has reported to mandatory minicamp, he called out the team for their lack of respect regarding a contract extension. The organization has now walked away from the negotiating table and been called out for it by members of the city of San Diego. Among those pointing the finger at Dean Spanos, Mark Fabiani and company is Mayor Faulconer.

At least the trade talks of Philip Rivers are over.

I really prefer the offseasons where we are a group of bored Charger fans, counting down the days until the regular season.

While the disastrous offseason continues in San Diego, a video surfaced the other day of a meeting in Carson where the City Clerk, Jim Dear, went on a rant about the goings on in the City of Carson and Mayor Al Robles.

Without ruining the fun, here’s the link for the video.

For those of you that would like a breakdown of the meeting and what happened in Carson, you can find one here via the dailybreeze.com.










Tom Krasovic of The San Diego Union-Tribune provides his observations from Wednesday’s minicamp at Chargers Park.


Here is a video of Carson City Clerk Jim Dear going off at a meeting recently. (After speaking with multiple people in the know, despite what seems to be an obnoxious rant, Dear is in the right for saying what he said.)


Faris Tanyos of ABC 10 News San Diego interviewed Mark Fabiani regarding the stadium situation, Mayor Faulconer and Los Angeles.


Below are some articles and updates from Chargers.com:

Jerry Attaochu eyes growth in 2015

Jimmy Wilson aims to play fast

What would 100 career touchdowns mean to Antonio Gates?

Pair of young cornerbacks looking to make an impression


Eric Williams of ESPN.com writes about cornerback Patrick Robinson fitting in with the Charger defense.




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