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Chargers Training Camp Notes: Desmond King Continues to Lockdown the Slot Corner Spot on Day 2.

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A flurry of notes from Day 2 of training camp by writers Matthew Stanley and Garrett Sisti

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Day 2 begins with a rare sighting of fullback Derek Watt. Likely trying to win some of those lost targets from the Henry injury:

Second-team offensive line isn’t the most interesting topic, but it does give some insights on who they like for the starters while showing us who will be the next guys up if injuries start to pile up:

UDFA DT doing what we all hope/expected him to do. While Richardson shows a knack for creating interior pressure, he still needs to work on his run-stuffing ability:

King Mel not skipping a beat and likely showing no mercy early in camp:

After a rough first day against the press, Cantrell continues to struggle with a man up in his face:

Liuget, facing a four-game suspension to start the regular season, is with the second-team defense today. DT Darius Philon will look to be the biggest benefactor to his suspension:

After the departure of Chris McCain, Landrum looks to solidify himself as the third-wheel in the EDGE rush group behind Joey Bosa and Ingram:

A JUSTIN JONES SIGHTING! Jones showing the power I was able to witness during my time in Mobile for the Senior Bowl earlier this year: