Well, that was awkward. The Chargers’ logo was shown during a Clippers/Lakers game at the Staples Center on Saturday – and it was promptly booed. Does the NFL have an embarrassing situation on its hands less than one week after Dean Spanos announced that his franchise was relocating? Maybe. “I don’t think the Chargers wanted to be in L.A., the league didn’t want them in L.A., and I don’t think L.A. necessarily wants the Chargers,” The MMQB’s Albert Breer said on CBS Sports Radio’s The DA Show. “To me, this is a business arrangement, and Dean Spanos and his family had to make a decision. Basically, do we want to risk losing the L.A. market and do we want to risk losing all of that leverage? Because
Rory McIlroy has revealed how he met his stunning fiancee, Erica Stoll – and why he dramatically called off his engagement to tennis star Caroline Wozniacki. The world No. 2 has found a new level of happiness off the golf course with Stoll. That personal contentment, however, came after a very public breakup with Wozniacki. But looking ahead to his rumored wedding date after the Masters in April, McIlroy told the Irish Sunday Independent what it is he loves about Stoll – aside from the fact she got him to the 2012 Ryder Cup first tee on time for his crucial singles match after he missed his alarm. “The thing I love about it is that we were friends before anything romantic happened,” said McIlroy,
Pittsburgh Steelers running back Le'Veon Bell joins "GameDay Prime" to talk about his historic performance against the Chiefs in a 18-16 win.