Kyle Martens

#2P,
Height: 6' 6"
Weight: 200
Born:
College: Rice
Birth Place: Spearfish, South Dakota
Draft: Undrafted
  • Twitter reacts to Chargers OLB Melvin Ingram's rap video
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    Twitter reacts to Chargers OLB Melvin Ingram's rap video

    On Saturday, Los Angeles Chargers outside linebacker Melvin Ingram released his latest rap video via a Twitter video. The tweet featured a link to Ingram’s SoundCloud account and Ingram spitting bars like few other NFL athletes have. The below footage may not be suitable for work and is not suitable for children. Naturally, the video yielded quite the Twitter, with almost all of the feedback being positive on social media. Vonnie Dawkins was straight and to the point describing the video. Dylan Mungia thought it was so good, it should be on Apple Music. Manny Bell quoted his favorite line from the song in his support. James Nifty made a bold but possibly true claim about the Bolts pass rusher

  • Chargers GM Tom Telesco on L.A. transition: 'It’s been business as usual'
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    Chargers GM Tom Telesco on L.A. transition: 'It’s been business as usual'

    The Los Angeles Chargers may have played their final football games in San Diego but for the time being, they still hold practice there. Later this summer the team plans to make the move to begin practices in L.A. and Chargers general manager Tom Telesco wants his team to keep a strong mindset during this transition period. Speaking to The Mighty 1090 AM Telesco didn’t sounded quite relaxed about the coming months. “Now, for us on the football side right now, it’s been business as usual,” Telesco said. “We know coming this summer and then going into the fall, there’s some changes that are going to happen when we start to move up there.” With the inevitable move from San Diego to L.A., there is

  • Beth Mowins will make history when Broncos host Chargers in Week 1
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    Beth Mowins will make history when Broncos host Chargers in Week 1

    History will be made when the Broncos face the Chargers on “Monday Night Football” on Sept. 11, Denver’s first game of the 2017 NFL season. Beth Mowins, who has called Raiders preseason games since 2015 and college football games for ESPN since 2005, will become the first women since 1987 to call a regular season NFL game. Mowins, who will handle play-by-play duties for the MNF showdown, will be joined by former NFL coach Rex Ryan in the broadcast booth. Mowins is the first woman to call an NFL game since Gayle Sierens 30 years ago. Mowins is not concerned about potential resistance she could face from some fans. “I understand it’s out there and you run into it from time to time, but my focus