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A Master Plan, Pursued a Pass at a Time

Discussion in 'Latest Chargers News & Headlines' started by robdog, Aug 29, 2006.

  1. robdog

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    Source: New York Times
    <blockquote><img width="286" height="159" title="Philip Rivers losing a fumble during the Chargers' 31-20 victory over the Seahawks in a preseason game Saturday. Rivers fumbled three times." alt="Philip Rivers losing a fumble during the Chargers' 31-20 victory over the Seahawks in a preseason game Saturday. Rivers fumbled three times." src="http://graphics10.nytimes.com/images/2006/08/28/sports/28rivers.1.395.jpg" />

    By Lee Jenkins

    SAN DIEGO, Aug. 23 - Philip Rivers has been involved with stadium development since he was about 6 years old.

    Back then, he was painting end zones and chalking yard lines on his lawn. He brought in benches and stocked them with towels and water bottles. He took pylons from a local high school. His parents did not know if they had a quarterback or an architect.

    "We would go to games and he would want to watch the grounds crew," said Steve Rivers, Philip's father. "It was his fascination."</blockquote>
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