4 questions we hope are answered during Chargers training camp scrimmage

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2. Who will make the most of their opportunity at tight end?

This might not be a huge pressing need when it comes to the regular season if the team is at full strength at the position. However, the Chargers' tight end room is currently banged up and that creates an opportunity for the tight ends on the roster that are looking to get a spot on the active roster.

Donald Parham and Tre' McKitty will likely not be participating in the scrimmage. McKitty has been sitting out of practice with a "soft tissue" injury while Parham came up injured in Saturday's practice with what appeared to be a tweaked hamstring.

Gerald Everett should participate but behind him, it will be an array of options that are looking to make a name for themselves. Hunter Kampmoyer is in the lead as it stands right now as he has looked good in practice and has even been getting Drue Tranquill's reps on special teams while Tranquill sits out.

Kampmoyer is not the only name to watch, though. The Bolts signed Sage Surratt at the beginning of camp and the second-year player is likely going to get a chance to show what he is bringing to the table. He has an uphill battle and he has to make the most of his chances.

There is also UDFA Erik Krommenhoek, who played for USC last season. He too has a massive uphill battle and if he wants to make the roster he has to make the most out of an opportunity like this.