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The team didn’t show any initial interest in the Southern California resident. However, U-T San Diego reported Wednesday, the Chargers have been in contact with Banks. No tryout has been scheduled, but the contact indicates that the team will consider looking at Banks.

SAN DIEGO —- Corey Liuget was given a playbook and promptly shown the door. The Chargers’ first-round draft pick didn’t spend more than a few hours with his new employer after being selected No. 18 overall in 2011, just enough time for a facility tour and an introductory press conference.

May 30, 2012 – The San Diego Chargers have arguably been the AFC West’s best team for the last eight years, a stretch in which they haven’t seen a losing season, but that doesn’t mean they’ve been consistently winning the division. In fact, it’s been two years since the Chargers have seen the postseason with the Chiefs winning the division in 2010 and the Broncos taking the title in 2011.

Seeing this and recalling the game against Oakland last November in which he caught five passes for 97 yards and one impressive touchdown, you start to believe with an offseason and full training camp that Brown might just be on the verge of being a significant player.

The Chargers outside linebacker participated in position drills Wednesday after sitting out the day prior. On Tuesday, he worked to the side with athletic trainers, rehabbing a groin injury suffered early last week.

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