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San Diego Chargers Daily Links: August 5, 2013

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

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Ronnie Brown "Embracing Every Moment" - Ricky Henne
Ronnie Brown didn’t know what the future held when he hung up his cleats after last year’s season finale against the Oakland Raiders. He just came off a productive first season in San Diego, churning out 220 yards on the ground on 46 attempts, good enough for 4.8 yards-per-carry. Brown was most lethal in the passing game, tying for second on the team with a career-high 49 receptions. But with new leadership in the form of general manager Tom Telesco and head coach Mike McCoy, he wasn’t sure he would be back for a second season

John Phillips a catch for Chargers? - Chris Jenkins (paywall)
“I was just looking for something new, looking to establish myself,” said Phillips, who lost the 2010 season to a knee injury. “Hopefully, I can get out here and be more versatile in this offense. Maybe I can carve out a role for myself where I can catch more balls.

Bolts' D line has bright future, short history - Kevin Acee (paywall)
Practice was over Wednesday afternoon when Corey Liuget was approached by a group of rookies and asked if he would help them with their technique. Liuget obliged, commencing an on-field clinic for undrafted rookies Byron Jerideau, Brandon Moore and Kwame Geathers. Cam Thomas, who had been tending to another obligation, showed up after a while to offer additional wisdom.

Video: AFC West season preview - Bill Williamson
Merril Hoge and Herm Edwards preview the upcoming season in the AFC West.

Training Camp Day 10: FanFest - (VIDEO) gets you up to speed on everything that happened at the annual FanFest at Qualcomm Stadium.

Rivers looks to return to form with Chargers - NewsTimes
The Chargers' enter their next phase of camp Thursday night when they host the Seattle Seahawks in the exhibition opener for both teams. Rivers said he's comfortable in how he's absorbed the new offense and what might be on the horizon.