Morning Dump


“The best thing about today is that we see different people in all three phases,” Chargers coach Norv Turner said about practicing with the Cowboys. “Once you practice with each other for a month you get to know each other very well. Just seeing some different styles is a great experience for our guys.”



The Chargers left tackle missed yet another training camp practice with a bad back Monday, and he’ll certainly miss another Tuesday. There’s virtually no chance he’ll play in Friday’s exhibition game against the Minnesota Vikings, and there is no target date for his return.



LOS ANGELES (Reuters) – Former San Diego Chargers football star Junior Seau had no alcohol or illegal drugs in his system when he killed himself earlier this year, according to a final autopsy report released by medical examiners on Monday.



The Cowboys were at Chargers Park on Monday and what in the name of the Lone Star State is going on?


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With the start of the regular season looming in exactly three weeks, three key offensive players are on the shelf for the team. At least two of them are likely to stay on the shelf when the Chargers open the season on ESPN’s “Monday Night Football” Sept. 9 and a third has to make a fast return to avoid joining them there.



SAN DIEGO —- Every pass attempt from Philip Rivers to Robert Meachem has been scrutinized this preseason, and it’s not limited to games. The Chargers quarterback and new receiver have struggled to complete passes even in practice.
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