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San Diego Chargers are no more after leaving for Los Angeles

San Diego Chargers are no more after leaving for Los Angeles

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Former Chargers fans dump memorabilia in front of Chargers headquarters after the team announced that it will move to Los Angeles, Thursday Jan. 12, 2017, in San Diego.Denis Poroy — The Associated PressSAN DIEGO >> Chargers fans knew for several years that this dreaded day could be coming, that their beloved NFL team might move up the freeway to tap the perceived riches of Los Angeles.That didn’t make it any easier Thursday, when the San Diego Chargers ceased to exist after 56 seasons.

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Potential Economic Impact Of Chargers Leaving San Diego

Potential Economic Impact Of Chargers Leaving San Diego

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The decision by owner Dean Spanos to move the Chargers to Los Angeles could raise San Diego’s unemployment rate by 0.1 percent, a University of San Diego professor said Thursday.Related: Chargers Announce They’re Moving To Los AngelesUniversity of San Diego professor Alan Gin based his conclusions on research he conducted for the Chargers on the impact of Measure C, the team’s failed local proposition to raise hotel taxes to partially fund a downtown stadium.Direct expenditures associated with Chargers operations in San Diego are $104 million, he said.

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Los Angeles Kings troll St. Louis, San Diego Chargers

Los Angeles Kings troll St. Louis, San Diego Chargers

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The Los Angeles Kings got in on the trolling of the San Diego Chargers, throwing St. Louis sports fans under the bus as well.With the news that the San Diego Chargers would be relocating to Los Angeles, plenty of NHL teams were getting in on the NFL trolling Thursday.The Dallas Stars hammered the “Los Angeles Chargers” for their lame initial logo that was basically the Los Angeles Dodgers’ logo, only with more of a lightning bolt shaped line crossing the “A.”The Tampa Bay Lightning cracked a joke about being “just friends” with the LA Dodgers, since the Chargers’ logo looked like a love child between the two.

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Philip Rivers ‘A Little Numb’ on San Diego Chargers Move

Philip Rivers 'A Little Numb' on San Diego Chargers Move

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Philip Rivers spoke for the first time since the Chargers announced they are moving to Los Angeles when he spoke with the “Hardwick and Richards” sports radio show in San Diego on Friday, January 13, 2017.(Published Friday, Jan. 13, 2017)Los Angeles Chargers quarterback Philip Rivers shared this thoughts on the team’s move to Los Angeles on sports radio early Friday.Fans heard from Rivers for the first time when he spoke on the “Hardwick and Richards” show.

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San Diego Mayor: ‘The Chargers made the wrong choice.’

San Diego Mayor: 'The Chargers made the wrong choice.'

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SAN DIEGO — At a City Hall press conference late Thursday morning, San Diego Mayor Kevin Faulconer spoke on the Chargers’ announcement that they are leaving San Diego for Los Angeles.“I am confident in at least two things,” said the mayor during his speech.“We’re going to be fine.

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