The first two weeks of San Diego Chargers training camp went by like a blur.
After several days of hard work, the Bolts are approaching their first preseason game and will soon be ready for the start of the regular season in nearly a month's time.
The dog days of summer in Southern California have been somewhat kind to the players, with temperatures hovering around the mid-80's in the morning, but it didn't take long for the heat to claim its first victims.
Two Chargers guards -- rookie Chris Watt, Johnnie Troutman -- left early. Both heat related, source said. They're OK. Hot first day in pads.— Michael Gehlken (@UTgehlken) July 26, 2014
Still, the Chargers continue to grind each day in camp and have put the first couple weeks to bed. Here's what we've learned so far.