In less than 10 days, the San Diego Chargers will have their first full-squad practice.
Rookies will get started July 23rd with the veterans joining them on July 25th. After a great offseason, including a strong draft, 25 new players will be present at camp. That 25 does not include the undrafted free agents that were invited to try out.
The talent on the Chargers is outstanding on both sides of the ball, but talent doesn't always win games. If it did, San Diego wouldn't have missed the playoffs the last two seasons. Like every year of late, the Chargers have a team built to contend for a championship.
There's just one thing: nobody knows it.
The Chargers aren't making pre-training camp headlines as a team like past seasons. In some players, coaches and even fans' minds, that's a good thing. There's no hype surrounding the Bolts.
Regardless of what's being said and what isn't, San Diego, like any NFL team, has players who have a bright future and others that need to work on things.