Jul 26, 2013; San Diego, CA, USA; San Diego Chargers quarterback Philip Rivers (17) talks with offensive coordinator Ken Whisenhunt during training camp at Chargers Park. Mandatory Credit: Christopher Hanewinckel-USA TODAY Sports

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Chargers activate Taylor; Starks gets day off from competition with King for 
Washington Post
When the Chargers signed Starks, a free agent who won two Super Bowl rings with Pittsburgh, many figured he’d become the starter. Dunlap was the Eagles’ starting left tackle last year before heading to San Diego. But he also lost his job at one point ..

Chargers Insider debuts Aug. 28 on FSSD
Chargers.com
The San Diego Chargers and FOX Sports San Diego are teaming up for a new all-access look at the team with Chargers Insider, debuting Wednesday, August 28.Chargers Insider will be the go-to destination for fans that want behind-the-scenes coverage 

Chargers activate Brandon Taylor
ESPN
SAN DIEGO — The San Diego Chargers have activated safety Brandon Taylor from the physically unable to perform list. He suffered a knee injury last season. Also Friday, left tackle Max Starks, who is battling King Dunlap for the starting job, got the 

Chargers HC McCoy turns to Weddle to help change culture
FS West
The three-time All Pro selection (2010, 2011, 2012) and Pro Bowl participant from Alta Loma High School and the University of Utah was voted the Chargers‘ MVP by his teammates. He intercepted three passes to give him a total of ten in the last two 

For Chargers O-line it’s all in the hands — and feet
Coast News
For Chargers O-line it’s all in the hands — and feet. By Tony Cagala. Aug 02, 2013 • 21 views • 0 comments · For Chargers O-line it’s all in the hands — and feet. Rookie tackle D.J. Fluker has started using a form of martial arts to help him improve 

 

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