Morning Dump: San Diego Chargers News Around the Web

By Ernie Padaon

Jun 12, 2013; San Diego, CA, USA; San Diego Chargers director of public relations Bill Johnston (left) and coach Mike McCoy at minicamp at Chargers Park. Mandatory Credit: Kirby Lee-USA TODAY Sports

Chargers to open training camp Thursday with public practice
KFMB News 8
Other items not permitted at Chargers Park during training camp include pets (but not service dogs), weapons, chains, stun guns, mace and pepper spray, water guns, fireworks, Frisbees, sports balls, beach balls or other inflatable objects, laser 

Chargers place 2 players on PUP
U-T San Diego
On Wednesday, the Chargers announced he’ll have company. Strong safety Brandon Taylor joins the outside linebacker on PUP, making both ineligible to participate Thursday when the team holds its first practice of training camp. The session, open to the 

Chargers Ready to “Work Hard and Earn Everything”
While Thursday marks the first practice of training camp, the team arrived at ChargersPark early Wednesday morning for a full day complete with weigh-ins, meetings and the conditioning test. Each and every player is eager to make his mark on the new 

San Diego Chargers Positional Grades
Bleacher Report
San Diego Chargers training camp begins July 25 and the Bolts have a complete 90-man roster that will need to be trimmed to 53 by the start of the regular season. Before the cuts begin to happen, though, and on the eve of training camp, it’s good to 

San Diego Chargers place OLB Melvin Ingram and SS Brandon Taylor on 
Bolts from the Blue
USA TODAY Sports. Stay connected for news and updates Follow @BFTB_Chargers. The San Diego Chargers have placed OLB Melvin Ingram and SS Brandon Taylor on the PUP list. Here’s what that means for those two and the rest of the team, in 2013.

Public invited to Chargers training camp
SAN DIEGO The San Diego Chargers will open training camp for the 2013 season Thursday at Chargers Park, with the first of four consecutive days of practices open to the public. The gates at Chargers Park at 4020 Murphy Canyon Road will open at 8:30 

It’s 93 for Dwight Freeney
U-T San Diego
The Chargers are banking on Freeney, 33, to generate a high number of sacks. They signed him to a two-year contract, four days after Melvin Ingram suffered a torn ACL. He had five sacks last year, his lowest total since a three-sack season in 2007