Chargers logo, player booed at Clippers-Lakers game

The Chargers didn’t receive the warmest welcome at their first public presentation on Saturday.

During the Clippers-Lakers game at the Staples Center, the Los Angeles Chargers’ new logo was displayed on the video screen before being promptly booed by the crowd.

Things got even more awkward when the screen shifted to Chargers tight end Jeff Cumberland. After briefly waving to the camera, he received a mix of boos and applause.

The Chargers debuted their new look on Thursday, but it was immediately criticized for its resemblance to the Los Angeles Dodgers’ logo. The team announced yesterday it had dropped the design.

Montgomery’s path back to the position he played primarily as a child serves as a reminder: A player’s talent and specific attributes sometimes prevail even when the system discourages their development. Montgomery, a running back, was told he’d play wide receiver for his pass-happy high school in Dallas.

My ball coach in high school asked me if I would play receiver to help,’ Montgomery said last month. ‘I was like, ‘Yeah, I’ll do anything to play varsity.’ He was like, ‘To be honest, we’re not going to run the ball so we’re just going to have you play receiver.’ I was like, ‘OK.’

It worked, as Montgomery was noticed and Cheap Gaa Jerseys recruited as a wide receiver. But the attributes the ability to break tackles; the vision to set up defenders or give them tougher tackling angles; the Cheap Full Dye Softball Jerseys will to gain every possible yard on any given play were evident regardless of Montgomery’s position.

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