Training camp is full of clichés. Beast: A player who is physically dominating. Grind: Another day of hard work. What’s the number one cliché?
SAN DIEGO —- Eddie Royal likes being in the huddle. He likes being involved in practice, no matter how far removed from a game that actually matters.
It’s difficult to find young help on the defensive line. But if the first two preseason and training-camp performances are any indication, both the Denver Broncos and San Diego Chargers may have found help on the line through the second round of the draft. While hopes are high for Kansas City first-round pick nose tackle Dontari Poe (he was solid in Week 2 of the preseason), new Bronco Derek Wolfe and new Charger Kendall Reyes may be keepers as well.
A fundraiser planned to aid Escondido boy Eli Olsen has been rescheduled from Sept. 8 to Oct. 13.