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Week in Review: LA Clippers Visit the Chargers

Posted Jun 21, 2013

Here is your weekly roundup of what went down at Chargers Park this past week.

Most of the vets departed Chargers Park last week, returning home before reconvening on July 24 for training camp.  The rookies, however, stayed behind for another week of training.  Here is a look back at another busy off season week for the San Diego Chargers.

We began the week profiling Dan DePalma, a wide receiver who had a strong offseason that has turned a lot of heads.  Read all about the WR right here.  We also took note on Monday about ESPN.com ranking Corey Liuget as the top defensive lineman in the AFC West.

On Tuesday, a number of Chargers posed for a great cause for the annual "Join the Team" calendar.  Take a look behind the scenes with this photo gallery.

Speaking of Calendars, the Charger Girls have been busy taking photos for both their annual swimsuit calendar as well as their official photos for the 2013 season.  Watch the videos below to learn more.


The Chargers joined forces with the Los Angeles Clippers to hold a unique player symposium.  Veterans from the basketball team to our north visited Chargers Park to speak to the rookies about life as a professional athlete.  Check out this photo gallery of the symposium here, and then watch the video recap below.

On our blog, we reported on an NFL.com article citing the Chargers as the main threat to unseat the Denver Broncos as AFC West Champs.

We continued our popular Throwback Thursday feature with a photo history of future Hall of Fame tight end Antonio GatesCheck out photos of #85 right here, from his days as a basketball player at Kent State through present day.

Later Thursday night, Nick Hardwick and Jeromey Clary attended the annual Marine Corps-Law Enforcement Foundation dinner.  Read all about the great work the Chargers' offensive line is doing for military families, and then check out photos from the dinner.

Before the week came to an end, I brought back the fan mailbag, answering a number of questions about the Chargers offense.  Take a look at it right here.

Now, you can stay in touch with the team anytime, anywhere, on your mobile device with the official app of the San Diego Chargers.
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