Chargers remember Stuart Scott

After the news of the death of ESPN anchor Stuart Scott broke Sunday morning, reactions poured in from President Obama, sports superstars, entertainers, and elsewhere.

Perhaps none was more poignant than the remembrance from Scott's old co-anchor Rich Eisen, who now works for the NFL Network. Fighting back tears, he said, "I loved this man. I still love this man. The fact that he has passed away is absolutely mind-boggling and a travesty. He battled cancer as bravely as anybody else."

Here are some tweets from the Chargers and players (past and present):

Bolts remember Scott

Our heartfelt thoughts and prayers are with Stuart Scott's family and friends. #RIPStuartScott - San Diego Chargers (@Chargers) January 4, 2015

Want to pass along my condolences to Stuart Scott's family. He was an amazing person and always nice to me. He will be missed! Rest in Peace - Eric Weddle (@weddlesbeard) January 5, 2015

RIP Stuart Scott. Gone way too soon. You defined what a leader, trend setter, and fighter were meant to be. Prayers up. - Corey Liuget (@CoreyLiuget) January 4, 2015

Remember every day is a blessing! #RIPStuartScott - Larry English (@LarryEnglish57) January 4, 2015

#RIPStuartScott pic.twitter.com/8nTeppxAI6 - LaDainian Tomlinson (@LT_21) January 4, 2015

 

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