Last week was an eventful one for the San Diego Chargers. The players were busy finishing phase one of their offseason conditioning program, the front office was busy preparing for the draft (as well as adding a handful of players) and the Chargers Girls were busy holding weeklong auditions culminating in the announcement of their 2013 squad.
Things started off last Sunday with the first day of auditions for the Charger Girls. Hundreds of girls were whittled down to just 72. After numerous interviews, final auditions were held at the Sheraton San Diego Hotel & Marina Tower. Take a look at the finals dance routines with this extensive photo gallery, and then watch the video below to see who made the team.
Monday afternoon, the Chargers announced they signed a trio of players in cornerback
Our very own Jordan Beane continued his Path to the Draft feature with an interview with Executive Vice President of Football Operations John Spanos by discussing pro days. Click here for some background information on pro days before watching the video below.
I also had the chance to sit down with wide receiver
The team also announced that the Third Annual Bolt to the Q will return this July. Registration is now open for one of the club’s signature events.
General Manager Tom Telesco and Head Coach Mike McCoy took a break from the busy week Friday night when they were honored to throw out the first pitch at Petco Park. Click here for a photo gallery of them on the field, and watch a video of it below.
As we count down the days to the upcoming NFL draft, I’ve been highlighting some of the top prospects expected to go in the first two rounds. Take a look at our prospect profile database to read up on all of them.
Clearly, it was a busy week here at Chargers Park, but that is nothing compared to the week ahead. The team will hold it's first voluntary veteran minicamp starting on Tuesday, so be sure to check back all week long for articles, videos and photos you won’t be able to find anywhere else.