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Practice in Photos: July 28

Posted by Christopher Smith on July 28, 2010 – 1:36 PM

The last single-practice day of camp finished without a hitch Wednesday as the players prepared for the full-fledged version Friday. They will not practice on the field Thursday.

Defensive line coach Don Johnson talks to his position group, including Cam Thomas, on Wednesday.

Third-round pick Donald Butler sheds a piece of equipment before charging an imaginary ball carrier.

Shawnbrey McNeal catches a kickoff from an automated machine. McNeal and Jeremy Williams split reps on kickoff returns.Williams rises to squeeze a pass.Traye Simmons intercepted his second pass of camp, boxing out Williams to secure the football.

All three QBs again got plenty of work as Head Coach Norv Turner watched from close proximity.

Billy Volek, WR Legedu Naanee said, is like a coach on the field.

Jonathan Crompton works a handheld radio in between his own repetitions.

Naanee grips the pass from Crompton with his fingertips.

Curtis Brinkley catches a pass in stride.

Stay true and keep pounding,
Christopher


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English will pratice this afternoon

Posted by Casey Pearce on August 1, 2009 – 4:50 PM

Larry English was upstairs signing his contract Saturday morning but will make his first training camp appearance this afternoon.

The morning practice brought a few highlights, particularly from three receivers. Malcom Floyd seems to make a highlight-reel worthy catch every practice and did so again today. He laid out horizontally snatched a Billy Volek pass about two feet off the ground.

Earlier, Philip Rivers stepped up in the pocket and threw a deep ball down the middle of the field that seemed destined for Clinton Hart’s hands. But as Hart set up to make the grab, Vincent Jackson leaped in front and made a nifty one-handed grab.

Legedu Naanee got in the act two, reaching over a defender to make a catch in the air.

Near the end of practice, Quentin Jammer jumped an out route and came away with a nifty pick that he took down the sideline. Paul Oliver nearly came up with a pick in a similar situation.

The defense spent most of the morning in base and much to Eric Weddle’s happiness, the first-team defense didn’t give up any big plays for the third time in as many practices.

The team will be back on the field at 4 this afternoon.


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