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Week 1 Chargers vs. Vikings Tailgate

A big thank you to everyone that came by our tailgate in F3 on Sunday. We hope you all enjoyed the free pizza that was donated by the nice people at Rosarias Pizza in North Park. We also want too give a shout out to our boys over at Tailgate Beer. A micro beer in a can is an amazing thing and we look forward to sharing some more Tailgate Beer amongst The Frightening Lightning community all season long. Keep your eyes on our events page as we’ll be posting more details about all of our tailgates and events coming up this season. Or we can deliver the news to you via our mailing list.

 

Frightening Lightning now in all So. Cal Pac Suns

The following PACSUN locations are now carrying official Frightening Lightning gear: Parkway Plaza, University Town Center, Plaza Camino Real, Mission Valley, Promenade @ Temecula, Chula Vista Center, North County Fair, Fallbrook Center, Horton Plaza, Plaza Bonita, Otay Ranch Town Center.

Chargers Sign Adam Terry

Chargers sign Adam Terry who was cut from the Colts this year. Adam is a 6’8″ 335 pound former 2nd round draft pick from Syracuse. He didn’t play in any games last season due to a knee injury.

The Chargers 53 Man Roster

The San Diego Chargers have released 23 players to meet the NFL’s 53 man roster. Their final 53 man roster can be seen over at www.chargers.com. The team will include 29 defensive players and 21 on offense. No word on VJ’s status.

New Chargers Fan Site Coming Soon

The new home for The Frightening Lightning is under construction with plans to make this years site more than just a store front.

Chargers get 24-hour extension to lift blackout

“SAN DIEGO (AP)—Despite Super Bowl expectations for Southern California’s only NFL team, San Diego hasn’t exactly been overtaken by Chargers fever.

The Chargers were granted a 24-hour extension by the NFL on Thursday in an attempt to sell 600 remaining tickets and lift the local television blackout of their season opener Sunday against the Carolina Panthers.

The Chargers, who fell one victory short of reaching the Super Bowl last season, have until 1:15 p.m. Friday to sell the remaining tickets.

“Our streak of 30 consecutive regular-season and postseason sellouts is definitely in jeopardy,” Jim Steeg, the team’s chief operating officer, said in a statement.

The Chargers can leave San Diego after the 2008 season if they pay off about $60 million in bonds the city issued in 1997 to expand Qualcomm Stadium. The team is conducting an analysis of how much it would cost to build a stadium in suburban Chula Vista.”