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Practice in Photos: August 23

Posted by Christopher Smith on August 23, 2010 – 7:28 PM

Preseason practice resumes as the Chargers (1-1) get ready for one of the biggest preseason games of the entire NFL at the Super Bowl champion New Orleans Saints in the third week.
WR Richard Goodman tries to get past SS Darrell Stuckey and another teammate to get downfield during special teams coverage.

LT Brandyn Dombrowski fends off OLB Larry English during a team period Monday.

WR Legedu Naanee watches the ball into his hands near the sideline during the individual period.

Naanee halts his momentum in a snap to lunge back toward the line of scrimmage and make this catch.

RB Darren Sproles runs behind a wall of blockers.

FS Eric Weddle grips a deep ball as he hangs in the air...

...and comes down with another interception.

WR Josh Reed slows after a catch during 9-on-9s...

... and CB Antoine Cason knocks the ball out from behind. SS Steve Gregory eventually would catch it midflight.

The ever-present officials throw a few more flags during the final practice of training camp.

 Stay true and keep pounding,
Christopher


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9 Responses to “Practice in Photos: August 23”

  1. By LaDanian Tomlinson on Aug 24, 2010 | Reply

    i smell badly and i suck at football

  2. By SD Fan in visitors side on Aug 25, 2010 | Reply

    I still have love for L.T., Jamal, Rodney and Seau! The Chargers will win it someday, just hope its in my lifetime.

  3. By JJ on Aug 25, 2010 | Reply

    Hey you can rag on LT as much as you want, but you have to notice the fact this is a business and he felt it was time to leave. The NFL is a business and he didn’t feel he got the the contract he deserved, i understand production from him was very low but the fact the pounding he takes as a car crash everytime a hit cost a lot more money than he was getting

  4. By curtis on Aug 25, 2010 | Reply

    August 24 posting…..hey bud, yr an idiot.

  5. By Ducky on Aug 25, 2010 | Reply

    The thing is that LT didnt leave on his own accord, he was shown the door by the GM. I too appreciate all the accomplishments that Junior, Jamal and LT made to the team but as you stated…….its a business and players move on. Some have issues with it while others don’t.

    and Mr Thompson………..Spell Check Fever……….CATCH IT!!!!!

  6. By BROTHER RON on Aug 25, 2010 | Reply

    Are you serious ?? How can any LIGIT charger fan cap on LT??
    LT will get a breath of fresh running room this year. He was getting shell shocked here. The move should do him some good while he’s continuing to break the NFL’s record book in pieces. Meanwhile we have quietly put some mean back into our offensive line and our backfield.
    It is win win i believe for us and LT. I will always love you LT. sing it true charger fans.

  7. By Boltswin on Aug 25, 2010 | Reply

    I can do without Vjax and his off field antics but I would definitely like to see MM come back and solidify a deal. Come on AJ, let’s make it happen. Merriman is back and i only hope that he can be a leader this year and contribute now that his injuries are out of the way. SD needs a ring this year.

  8. By Boltswin on Aug 25, 2010 | Reply

    As far as LT goes, much respect for all the things he brought to our team. He gave us a lot of extra reasons to root for the team that we already love. It was rad watching his TD record year and seeing him toss passes from the backfield but I think it was definitely time for him to go. I like what i see in Ryan Matthews and from what i have already seen he looks like a contender. I only hope that he stays healthy and that he lowers his shoulder when he comes in contact with on coming traffic. The kid looks great.

  9. By Mongol on Aug 30, 2010 | Reply

    ESPN needs to do a C’mon Man Vjax needs to get his head in the game, sign a contract and give the fans a lift. I know it is a business, the good players give their heart to the game. Man up Vjax. Negotiate, negotiate, negotiate. Keep the off field antics out of your life. If you want to sit out a year then get out of football or go to Canada and play.

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