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San Diego Chargers Daily Links: Joey Bosa looked good in practice

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Bosa returns to practice with Chargers - Annie Heilbrunn
"He just has to get in here and learn the defense," said defensive end Corey Liuget. "I'm glad he's here. [Now just] see how he is as a football player with pads and everything, and then go from there."

Bosa joins Chargers teammates, says 'no bad blood' among them - Eric Williams
"It means a lot that they're all welcoming me back with open arms like that," Bosa said. "They all understand the business of the NFL and why I wasn't here. So there's no bad blood between any one of us, and they're just excited to have me out here, and I'm excited to be out here."

Joey Bosa sharp, not game ready yet - Michael Gehlken (UT$)
"He looked as expected," McCoy said. "In shape. Ready to roll. A guy who loves to play — the energy, the passion he comes to work with every day. He was that way all day (Monday), whether it was in the weight room, whether it was meetings, whatever it was. When you go out there and see him go through individual drills, he looked like the way he did when he left."

How Did Joey Bosa Look in Return to Practice? - Ricky Henne
"It was nice actually getting to run some plays," he said. "It’s just going to take a little bit of time to get back in the rhythm of things and get all the plays.  I spent some extra time with coach yesterday, and I’m going to spend extra time with him today and I’m sure throughout rest of the week to get up to pace."

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