Not everything has been sunshine and rainbows during LA Chargers training camp.
It feels good to have football back. While we have not seen any preseason games and the season has not officially started, all 32 teams are neck-deep in training camp and Week 1 is right around the corner.
Fans of the LA Chargers have gotten an even closer look at their team during training camp thanks to HBO’s “Hard Knocks,” which is following the Bolts and Los Angeles Rams in this never-before-experienced camp.
Just having camp alone is a massive win and it is an even bigger win that no Charger player (or staff) has yet tested positive for COVID-19. Coach Seth Ryan had a false positive test but that is the extent of what the Chargers have dealt with thus far.
Camp has to be considered a big win just in that department and it might seem hard to even look at training camp in any sort of negative light just because we were not even sure if we would get football this year a month ago.
However, we have to be critical (it is our job!) and there have been some pretty big disappointments from LA Chargers training camp thus far. Three of them, to be exact.