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An up close look at the new team at FanFest 2013

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Photos courtesy News 8 photographer Mike Edison Photos courtesy News 8 photographer Mike Edison

SAN DIEGO (CBS 8) - Only 32 days to go until the official kickoff of the 2013 NFL season.

But it looked a lot like game day at Qualcomm Saturday -- complete with the Chargers and Charger Girls.

This morning, the team hosted its annual FanFest event -- giving the Charger faithful a chance to see the team practice on the field, sign autographs, and meet some of the newest bolts suiting up.

"People are excited about our draft picks, I think Manti Te'o has had incredible fan interest... So it's going to be an exciting game on Thursday," said A.G. Spanos.

Watch the first preseason game against Seattle Thursday, August 8 at 7 p.m. on CBS 8.

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