Fri, Sep 18, 2015

Photo Gallery: Training Camp, Part I

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RBs Donald Brown and Danny Woodhead. Photo by Shana Siler, SDBoltReport.com.

SDBoltReport.com photographer Shana Siler gives you an exclusive glimpse inside the walls at Chargers Park as she shares some of her top pictures from the first week of training camp. If a picture is worth a thousand words, this five-figure masterpiece will make you more eager than ever for the start of the regular season.

For more of Shana's work, check out her pictures from OTAs, rookie camp and mini camp.

For more exclusive camp coverage, check out all new Chargers Training Camp section.

Otherwise, enjoy the 10 shots below and be sure to talk about your favorites inside our message boards!

Eric Frohnapfel - TC
Eric Frohnapfel has been one of the most impressive rookies during the first week of training camp.
Austin Pettis - TC
Austin Pettis is battling to win the final receiver spot on the active roster.
Keenan Allen and Dontrelle Inman - TC
Keenan Allen and Dontrelle Inman take a blow between drills.
Kendall Reyes - TC
Kendall Reyes is determined to have a big 2015 season as he enters the final season of his rookie contract.
Branden Oliver - TC
Branden Oliver, a revelation in 2014, looks even stronger as he enters his second season.
Danny Woodhead - TC
Danny Woodhead, after missing nearly all of last season, has been a man on a mission during training camp.
Titus Davis - TC
Undrafted rookie Titus Davis looks to follow the footsteps of his former college teammate, Jahleel Addae.
Tourek Williams - TC
Tourek Williams (No. 58) is primed to take over for Jarret Johnson as San Diego's starting SAM linebacker.
Melvin Gordon - TC
First-round pick Melvin Gordon rises up to make the catch.
Richard Crawford and Jimmy Wilson - TC
Jimmy Wilson (right) and Richard Crawford aim to elevate San Diego's secondary.

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Austin Pettis, Branden Oliver, Danny Woodhead, Dontrelle Inman, Eric Frohnapfel, Jimmy Wilson, Keenan Allen, Kendall Reyes, Melvin Gordon, Richard Crawford, Titus Davis
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