Chargers logo, player booed at Clippers-Lakers game

Montgomery’s production at Stanford extended beyond his 2,125 receiving yards and 15 touchdowns on 172 catches. He averaged an absurd 8.6 yards per rushing attempt, and he became the school’s all-time leader in kickoff return yards with 2,493. His 5,190 career all-purpose yards were the fourth most in Cardinal history.

His college accomplishments and eventual draft selection did not come thanks to his speed (4.55 40-yard dash at the Combine), his vertical (40.5 inches), his hand size (10 1/8), height (6-0) or any draft-process measurables. They came because Montgomery is good at football crazy, we know.

He’s a natural runner, Packers left tackle David Bakhtiari told NFL.com at the Pro Bowl. People take the idea of being a wide receiver a little too literal. He was a big wide receiver, almost 230 (pounds). He’s solid. So when we saw him running, able to break tackles, he looked natural. He’s just an athlete. You put him in a spot and he’ll mold to that.

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 Cheap Custom Baseball Jerseys its resemblance to the Los Angeles Dodgers’ logo. The team announced yesterday it had Cheap Braves Jerseys dropped the design.