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Eric D. Williams ESPN Staff Writer 

Chargers offensive coordinator Ken Whisenhunt said Philip Rivers had thrown just one interception in training camp, so it's no surprise the defense was excited to get back-to-back interceptions from Desmond King and Casey Hayward against the veteran quarterback on Tuesday, in a practice closed to the public. Rivers finished with just 10 interceptions in 2017, and it continues to be a focus for him this year. “There's no question that Coach (Anthony) Lynn made it a point of emphasis on being better in the turnover department on both sides of the ball,” Whisenhunt said. “And Philip worked hard at it.”

Alden Gonzalez ESPN Staff Writer 

UCLA offensive lineman Jake Burton was asked about any specific scheme that Chip Kelly has implemented. He smiled. "Probably just going fast." "I heard his practices were fast, and then I got out to practice, and they were all true," Burton said. "Super fast; they're really physical. His biggest thing is you have to fly around; you have to play with your hair on fire. And if you mess up, mess up going a hundred miles an hour."

Alden Gonzalez ESPN Staff Writer 

UCLA offensive lineman Michael Alves, when asked if he is confident Chip Kelly can turn that offense around: "He's one of the smartest football minds I've ever met. It's like he knows every little thing on every play. He's probably supposed to, but it's just cool to see that every mistake we make, he sees it right away. Every mistake the wide receivers make, he sees it right away. Just the way our offense is run is really cool. It all works together like a puzzle, so I think it's going to work out great."

Eric D. Williams ESPN Staff Writer 

Chargers head coach Anthony Lynn said rookies Uchenna Nwosu and Kyzir White both have sore knees and did not practice Tuesday. However, Lynn said both are expected to play this weekend against the Seattle Seahawks. CB Trevor Williams (ankle), LB James Onwualu (groin), WR Dylan Cantrell (knee), TE Cole Hunt (knee), DT Justin Jones (ankle) and TE Hunter Henry (knee) also did not practice. RB Justin Jackson (hamstring) returned to practice.

Edward Aschoff ESPN Staff Writer 

Welcome to Bruins practice

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Dodgers 2B Dozier has abnormal EKG reading

The Dodgers' Brian Dozier will have additional tests on his heart following an abnormal EKG, according to manager Dave Roberts, after the second baseman complained of dizziness during Monday's game against the Giants.

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