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They can't stay away...

Discussion in 'Chargers Fan Forum' started by ChargerJeff, May 2, 2009.

  1. ChargerJeff

    ChargerJeff Boltaholic

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    Gee I wonder who he is talking about...

    The appeal of the Chargers, even in the first few days of May, is quite apparent. Due to a problem with the drainage system, this weekend's mini-camp is not open to the public, but that certainly didn't keep a few fans away from Chargers Park. With absolutely no view of the workout on the practice field this morning, they parked and set up a brief tailgate party on the other side of Murphy Canyon Road from team headquarters.

    What they would've seen was another high-energy set of drills and even a tiny bit of tackling, albeit more in a playful sense. There was some intensity, though, to the way safety Clinton Hart bulldogged tight end Kris Wilson to the ground after a catch. Perhaps as payback, Hart got pushed to the turf on his return with an interception.

    The sight of cornerback Antonio Cromartie making one of his balletic picks just inside the sideline made you wonder, too, whether 2009 will bring back the Cro who dazzled the NFL in 2007 or the one who had people scratching their heads in 2008.

    Also noteworthy was the active verbal and physical involvement of former Chargers wide receiver Eric Parker, who's clearly taking to heart his new role as a product of the NFL's minority coaching fellowship. Not just standing around and watching the other coaches at work, Parker's immersing himself with the receivers, imparting his knowledge and experience.

    Last year, the same minority-coaching program gave the Chargers an ex-player in Cris Dishman, who's now full-time as assistant secondary coach.

    http://www3.signonsandiego.com/weblogs/chargers/2009/may/02<br />/they-cant-stay-away/
     
  2. Trumpet_Man

    Trumpet_Man Well-Known Member

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    Pfffttt....the writer obvously does not know the resourcefulness of this clan. :abq2:

    It appears the writer saw the same plays we did as today's highlights.
     
  3. BFISA

    BFISA Well-Known Member

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    I can't believe they let alla y'all *******s in :icon_eek: :icon_shrug: :icon_huh:
     
  4. Rainman

    Rainman BoltTalker

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    :nana_dance: The season edges ever closer! :nana_dance:
     
  5. BFISA

    BFISA Well-Known Member

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    y'all found a way anyway, congrats!! :bolt:
     

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