"I guess it's safe to say that people care," Wright wrote, after gaining thousands of new followers, many of them simmering below the surface at the thought of Los Angeles ripping away their team.
Coming off a rookie season in which he notched just four tackles, Wright (out of USC) emphasized that he wasn't making a push for migration north. In his mind, he's just a cog in a vast machine operating beyond his control -- but he's learned Chargers fans aren't apathetic.
Nor should they be. If moving an NFL franchise two hours north is viewed as harmonic by some, it never will be celebrated by a fan base that's associated the Chargers with San Diego since 1961, when the team strolled into town following its inaugural 1960 campaign, in L.A. of all places.
As they say, you can't go home again.