Could the NFL really send the Chargers back to San Diego? It’s something being discussed, according to longtime NFL reporter Don Banks.
The former Sports Illustrated reporter, who has worked for NFL Media and currently writes for The Athletic, told a San Diego radio station on Thursday the NFL never wanted to lose San Diego as a market and could force Chargers owner Dean Spanos to take the team back.
“I have been painted a picture from people I’ve talked to that the league was sympathetic … to Dean Spanos’ plight,” Banks told The Mighty 1090. “Feels like he had been a ‘league guy’ feels like he had waited kind of his turn on the relocation front, thought he had the votes the year before — Jerry Jones and Stan Kroenke pretty much outmaneuvered Dean and Mark Davis with the Raiders to be the first in line for LA. So it was almost as if this was a bit of a make up.
But thanks to Giants co-owner Steve Tisch and his private jet, he was able to fly home immediately and meet his daughter for the first time.
Rosas said he watched Karsyn’s birth via Facetime, but had to focus on the upcoming game. The orginal plan was for Lopez to be induced Monday, so Rosas could be there for the birth. However, Karsyn decided to arrive early Sunday morning.
“I saw it all (on the phone),” Rosas said Wednesday. “I was kind of Wholesale MLB Jerseys floating Wholesale Cheap Jerseys China everywhere. (To hold her) was amazing, it’s a feeling you can’t really describe. I was told that all the time, and what a special moment it was when I first got to hold her. She’s an angel; she doesn’t make a sound or cry. She’s good, she’s healthy.”