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Danario Alexander (No. 84)
The favorite to be San Diego's lead receiver in 2013, Danario Alexander simply has to play like he did in the middle of last season.
Malcom Floyd (No. 80)
San Diego's most productive receiver since Vincent Jackson left for Tampa bay, Malcom Floyd will have nagging competition from the likes of Vincent Brown and possibly Keenan Allen.
Vincent Brown (No. 86)
The Chargers may want to limit Vincent Brown's playing time during the preseason just to ensure he doesn't suffer another catastrophic injury that subtracts another year from his career. The word on the street is he has starting potential.
Eddie Royal (No. 11)
Eddie Royal is being given a second chance to make things right with the Chargers as he attempts to wipe away all memory of the bust season he put up in 2012. Royal is expected to be the team's top slot receiver going into camp.
Robert Meachem (No. 12)
Robert Meachem's future with the team is hazy at this point, and if he allows younger players like Vincent Brown and Keenan Allen to surpass him, then he's more than likely one of Telesco's soon-to-be casualties.
Keenan Allen (No. 13)
The rookie wideout from Cal wants to prove the critics wrong that his knee injury wasn't a good reason to decrease his draft stock. Allen could be featured in the passing game as well as a return specialist.
Richard Goodman (No. 15)
Last season's kick return specialist is on the roster bubble heading into camp with Brown healthy and Allen in the mix. Goodman will have to prove he can do more than field kicks.
Mike Willie (No. 10)
Mike Willie spent most of 2012 on the practice squad, but he did eventually make it to the active roster. However, the depth at receiver hasn't helped his chances at making the active roster this year.
Dan DePalma (No. 82)
An undrafted free agent of the New York Jets in 2011, Dan DePalma spent all of 2011 and most of 2012 on the New York Giants' practice squad before signing with the Chargers. The practice squad looks like an option for him again this year.
Luke Tasker (No. 2)
Son of NFL special-teams great Steve Tasker, the younger Luke will join the Chargers at camp after his record-breaking career at Cornell. There's hope he can follow in the old man's footsteps and make the team as a special teamer.
Deon Butler (No. 3)
More roster depth to include in training camp. Deon Butler was a former third-round pick of the Seattle Seahawks in 2010 but never panned out with the team.