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San Diego Chargers Daily Links: July 25, 2013

Your daily dose of San Diego Chargers news & notes from around the web.

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It's 93 for Dwight Freeney - Tom Krasovic (paywall)
The Chargers are banking on Freeney, 33, to generate a high number of sacks. They signed him to a two-year contract, four days after Melvin Ingram suffered a torn ACL. He had five sacks last year, his lowest total since a three-sack season in 2007, when he played in nine games.

Philip Rivers under spotlight at camp - Michael Gehlken (paywall)
While vocal support is adamant on the top floor of Chargers Park, some outside the building fixate on what's next for the veteran. His 47 turnovers are second most in the NFL the past two years, the team hasn’t made the playoffs the past three, and now, Rivers must master a new offense.

Chargers Ready to "Work Hard and Earn Everything" - Ricky Henne
"Everything you do is being scrutinized and evaluated," said Danny Woodhead. "Every time we’re out there on that field no matter if its practice or in the preseason games we’re being watched. There is a camera on us. So you have to focus on everything we do at the facility, but also stay focused on when you are at the hotel studying. You always try to get better. I’m excited though."

Daily Roundup: Bolts Report for Training Camp - Ricky Henne
We started the day off with a special sit-down with Mike McCoy. The head coach opened up on a wide array of topics, including the start of training camp, giving access to Chargers fans and the player evaluation process.