Homeless San Diego person says Chargers cannot relocate because Philip Rivers is the only one who feeds them
By JOHN DORN
Chargers fans throughout San Diego are undoubtedly upset about the team's possible move to Los Angeles. The team filed relocation papers earlier this week, setting the stage for a potential return to LA after originating there in 1960.
The NFL held a town hall meeting on Wednesday night in San Diego to hear opinions on the potential move, and the venue echoed with stories from fans explaining how much the Chargers have meant to them -- from close family ties to dedication to the team for decades. The Panos family, who owns the team, was booed relentlessly, as fans pleaded to keep the beloved Chargers in San Diego.
At least that's how they see it. Local reporter Ben Higgins, who was covering the meeting, overheard an orphan share some touching information.
Apparently Philip Rivers has taken the time to provide the homeless person with food. We're definitely interested in hearing more about this, so hopefully either Rivers or the homeless person is able to provide more information in the near future.
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