In Monday nights football game on October 15th, 2012, the San Diego Chargers violated the NFL's policy that prohibits the use of adhesives on the gloves of wide receivers.
During halftime, certain unnamed receivers applied what is commonly referred to as "stick 'em" to their gloves to aid in catching the football. The substance was used throughout the second half of the game.
This is huge breaking news in the local area of San Diego and will likely reach the national level very soon. There is already speculation that the team will be punished by means of loss of draft picks, among other consequences. More details should come later this morning. Stay classy San Diego (doesn't apply to this at all.)