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San Diego Chargers Daily Links: Who will win the starting fullback job?

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Defense turns up the intensity, forces turnovers at Chargers Park - Eric Williams
"It’s the habit that we created here," Chargers head coach Mike McCoy said. "And if you can get one every couple of days, that’s going to carry over to the game. That one back is going to come through there, and it doesn’t matter where he is. He’s going to be lazy in the open field or on the line of scrimmage, and we’re going to get some strips.

Chargers FB Chris Swain juggles football, military obligation in camp - Eric Williams
"I'm just starting to get adjusted," Swain said. "The organization has done a good job of working with me so I can fulfill my military obligation. I'm blessed to be in the situation I am with a team that's willing to work with me."

How is Derek Watt Faring at Fullback? - Ricky Henne
"He’s shown some good versatility whether it’s in pass protection, catching the ball or running routes.  The staff has done a good job putting some things together in two-back.  We have a system in place that has been here, and no matter who you have doing it, you want flexibility.  He has shown he can do all of those things for us."

1-on-1 with LaDainian Tomlinson - Chargers (video)
Chargers Hall of Famer LaDainian Tomlinson talks about catching up with old friends and his thoughts on Keenan Allen.

Keenan Allen continues to be money - Kevin Acee (UT$)
"I’ve been playing football since I was six," Allen said Tuesday after the Chargers’ morning practice. "I’ve always been the best. To get here and not be the best person on the team anymore, it made no sense. To just be another player, it just makes no sense. I decided I might as well do what I’ve always done."