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Notes from Day 7 of Chargers training camp

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NFL: Los Angeles Chargers-Training Camp Kirby Lee-USA TODAY Sports

The seventh day of training camp for the Los Angeles Chargers was a joint practice (in pads!) with the Los Angeles Rams.

The only notable player not practicing was rookie safety Nasir Adderley who continues the slow process of getting healthy enough to participate on a regular basis.

The Chargers’ offensive linemen got one hell of a test in the form of Dante Fowler and the NFL’s best defensive player, Aaron Donald:

In 11-on-11 drills, the Chargers continued to trot out the terrifying tackle duo of Trent Scott and Sam Tevi, but at least we got Forrest Lamp at left guard.

Justin Jackson reminded everyone that Austin Ekeler isn’t the only reason the Chargers don’t need to worry about missing Melvin Gordon:

But you also should not forget about Ekeler

The Chargers also clearly have plenty of offensive firepower outside of the backfield.

Backup quarterback Tyrod Taylor had a brief scare, but he seems to be just fine.

The single biggest highlight of the day has to be this catch by Keenan Allen, though.

Overall today, the offensive skill position players nearly all flashed big play potential and every Chargers fan should feel hyped up after watching them.