Chargers Training Camp is ALMOST HERE. - Annie Heilbrunn
Besides the obvious (How does Philip Rivers look? Is the offense meshing? Does the defense have enough playmakers, especially in the secondary? Will Manti Te’o live up to the hype?), here are three things I’m looking forward to seeing:
DJ Fluker Looks Like a Real-Life Incredible Hulk - Brady Phelps
You freaking kidding me? Look at the size of that monster. That’s what a Chargers 1st round draft pick should look like. Weight room, much? This photo gets me fired up for the 2013 season. Can’t wait.
Training Camp Preview: Tight Ends & Wide Receivers - Ricky Henne
One of the deepest position groups on the roster, Malcom Floyd returns as the elder statesmen of the wide receivers. A mainstay in the Chargers’ lineup since 2008, Floyd’s totals the last five seasons include 208 catches for 3,628 yards and 21 touchdowns. Danario Alexander returns as well after joining the team in the middle of 2012. Alexander caught 37 passes for 658 yards and seven touchdowns, which tied for most on the team and were the third-most in the NFL by any player after Nov. 1
Training Camp Preview: Offensive Line - Ricky Henne
General manager Tom Telesco spent a great deal of the offseason tinkering with the unit, and as we prepare to enter training camp, only center Nick Hardwick returns at the same position he lined up at last year. The only other returning presumed starter from 2012 based on off-season workouts is Jeromey Clary, who kicks inside to right guard from his former tackle position.