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Ten months after he was shot three times, Curtis Brinkely out to make most of second chance 
"The first question I asked was if I got released by the Chargers," Brinkley said. "I wanted to know if my dream of playing in the NFL was still alive."

Fun Loving Cam Thomas Lights Up Chargers Park
Thomas, nicknamed "Smiley" at the University of North Carolina, spoke to the media after his first practice as a professional.  619 Sports’ Craig Elsten and SDNN videographer Steven Bartholow were there to file this video report:

Chargers Rooks Get First Looks
The San Diego Chargers introduced their 2010 rookie class to a taste of life in the NFL today, putting the group through their paces in the first full day of rookie orientation.  619 Sports' Craig Elsten files this video report from Chargers Park:

Crompton eager to learn as Bolts’ No. 3 QB - Nick Canepa
Jonathan David Crompton has the right attitude. Being a No. 3 quarterback in the NFL isn’t a bad gig. You make good money just to pay attention and act serious on the sideline. You’re a groin pull away from No. 2. And, with a little luck, you can be Charlie Whitehurst when you grow up.

Which rookie receiver will grab a spot? - Kevin Acee
The Chargers are looking for a new fifth receiver to join Vincent Jackson, Malcom Floyd, Legedu Naanee and Buster Davis.