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Robb Butler Chargers Camp Diary II

When we caught up with Robb Butler he was en route to Los Angeles to get away from the daily grind and his home consisting of little more than four walls at a Hotel. Coaching sessions start again at the San Diego Chargers complex on Monday. In his second diary entry, Butler's adrenaline pumps through each story as he talks about the week off that wasn't, the repetitions rookies are getting, learning from the veterans, a look at the San Diego offense and the difference between veteran and rookie.

On the week off: It was technically a week off. But if you were smart, you took your mind over to the facilities and work out and run to stay in shape. And it wasn't bad because you got paid for it too. Anytime they say money I am there. You have to work out four days and run four days and not be late. If you worked out three days you got nothing. It was a win-win situation because I got...

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