The loudspeakers at Chargers Park had been dormant since January.
“We put someone in charge early this morning to get a mix for us,” McCoy said. “Number one, we’re going to be playing on the road where it’s going to be loud from time to time. And we’re playing at home this year, and it’s going to be awfully loud at home. That’s the environment we want our fans to have when our defense is out there. So we played it and we’re having a good time. We decided to play it during the two-minute drill. Some country music and some other forms of music I don’t know a whole lot about to be perfectly honest. If it’s not Kenny Cheney, I’m not listening to a lot of it. But it’s better than listening to airplane music.”
Selections ranged from Kenny Chesney to AC/DC to Iggy Azalea and much more. It was a welcomed surprise by the players who had no idea it was coming.
“It actually added a little energy I think to stretch and the individual period,” said
“I never got more pumped up for a practice,” he said. “I got my groove on.”
“That was a surprise, and a good surprise,” said