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Folks in San Diego remain fairly nervous, what with the Chargers unable to secure a new stadium and still struggling to sell all the tickets to the one they currently inhabit. And so the locals understandably were upset with cornerback Shareece Wright when he took to Twitter to talk openly about a move to Los…
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A Chargers player got quite a reaction on Twitter last night when he sent out a tweet while watching the Lakers game.
"Downtown LA looking nice. Wait till that football stadium gets built. #LosAngelesChargers."
The feedback to rookie Chargers cornerback, Shareece Wright, was swift and harsh.
Wright’s next tweet wasn’t exactly an apology.
"People are juiced in...
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