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Chargers Fan Fest 2015

SAN DIEGO — In front of 17,000 fans, the Chargers undergo another round of practices at Qualcomm Stadium as they prepare for the 2015-16 season and their first preseason game against the Dallas Cowboys Aug. 13.

Besides watching the team run plays, fans were able to get autographs and photos with their favorite players during Fan Fest on Saturday.

San Diego Chargers wide receiver Austin Pettis attempts a one-handed catch during Fan Fest 2015. Photo by Bill ReillySan Diego Chargers rookie tight end Brian Parker [87] catches a Philip Rivers pass during Fan Fest 2015. Photo by Bill ReillySan Diego Chargers running back Danny Woodhead warms up during Fan Fest 2015 held at Qualcomm Stadium. Photo by Bill ReillySan Diego Chargers free safety Eric Weddle watches the offense run drills during Fan Fest 2015. Photo by Bill Reilly17,000 San Diego Chargers fans are excited to see the team practice for the first time in 2015 at Qualcomm Stadium during Saturday’s Fan Fest 2015 sponsored by Bud Light. Photo by Bill ReillySan Diego Chargers wide receiver Jacoby Jones leads the team onto the field during Chargers Fan Fest held at Qualcomm Stadium on Aug. 8. Photo by Bill ReillySan Diego Chargers wide receiver Jacoby Jones (12) catches a pass in front of cornerback Chris Davis (20) during Fan Fest 2015 held at Qualcomm Stadium. Photo by Bill ReillySan Diego Chargers tight end John Phillips catches a pass during Fan Fest 2015. Photo by Bill ReillySan Diego Chargers offensive tackle King Dunlap walks to the field during Chargers Fan Fest 2015 held at Qualcomm Stadium. Photo by Bill ReillySan Diego Chargers head coach Mike McCoy, left, and free safety Eric Weddle during Fan Fest 2015. Photo by Bill ReillyFormer San Diego Chargers center Nick Hardwick greets fans and signed autographs at Chargers Fan Fest 2015. Photo by Bill ReillySan Diego Chargers quarterback Philip Rivers (17) throws a pass downfield while backup quarterbacks Brad Sorensen (4) and Chase Rettig (16) observe during Fan Fest 2015. Photo by Bill Reilly

 

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