A league source tells Rapoport: “If he says the same thing he did to Ted Wells, his suspension won’t change. How forthcoming will he be?”
Jarrett Bell reports that there are expected to be 40 people in the room for Tuesday’s hearing.
- Rob Cummings of the Tampa Bay Tribune writes that RB Doug Martin has had his “best offseason in three years.“
- Cummings adds that Charles Sims is good enough to start and is expected to push Martin for the starting role, but it appears as though they may be better off with Martin as their lead back.
San Diego Mayor Kevin Faulconer mentioned that they’re open to building a new stadium for the Chargers if they have “a willing partner.”
“We’ve been working to keep the Chargers in SD while they have been working to move to LA,” Mayor Faulconer said Wednesday via Twitter. “We can get this done if we have a willing partner.”
Faulconer spokesman Matt Awbrey reiterated the major’s desire to continue working on a new stadium that will keep the Chargers in San Diego.
“The mayor discussed the actions San Diego has and continues to take toward a new stadium, and expressed his commitment to moving forward with a fair plan that meets the needs of the community and the team,” Faulconer spokesman Matt Awbrey said, via Union-Tribune San Diego.
- Jon Machota of the Dallas Morning News writes that Joseph Randle will enter training camp as the Cowboys’ No. 1 running back, and it appears to be his job to lose.