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San Diego Chargers Daily Links: Can Bolts count on Dwight Freeney?

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Chargers' David Johnson does it all - Michael Gehlken (paywall)
Johnson can do a lot. What the Chargers tight end lacks in receiving skill set he makes up for in blocking and the ability to handle a variety of roles. He's looks fairly comfortable in them all this training camp, projecting to be maybe the most versatile piece to the San Diego offense this year.

Inside My First NFL Training Camp - Jason Verrett
I’ve really focused on learning from the older guys and trying to get better.   Guys like Eric Weddle, Shareece Wright, Brandon Flowers and all the vets, they are really smart and experienced players.  So I’m trying to soak in as much of their game as I can and do my thing on the field.

Total Recap: LT Visits on Day Five - Ricky Henne
A familiar face was at training camp Monday as LaDainian Tomlinson paid a visit working for NFL Network.  LT saw a high-tempo practice as the Bolts conducted their first closed session of the season.  Here are all the articles, videos, photos and behind-the-scenes access from the fifth day of camp.

Chargers counting on the old Dwight Freeney, not an old Dwight Freeney - Alex Marvez
Just ask San Diego Chargers left tackle King Dunlap. He dropped into position to block Freeney in a pass rush drill on the second day of training camp practices. The outside linebacker fired off the line of scrimmage, dipped, made a trademark spin move and left the much larger Dunlap in the dust as Freeney’s defensive teammates burst into cheers.