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Ready to Soar: Bront Bird Q&A

Bront Bird joined San Diego as an undrafted free agent in 2011 and has made it this far because of his work ethic and knack for being around the football. He is now listed as the top backup ILB. For more on Bird -- including his thoughts on Manti Te'o, Cam Thomas and others -- dive into this exclusive Q&A.

Check out all of our exclusive camp coverage in this training camp tracker. Bront Bird grew up under the bright lights of West Texas football. After playing for the Permian Panthers of Odessa, Texas -- the subject of the book and movie Friday Night Lights -- Bird moved on to Texas Tech. He thrived on the college level, recording 165 total tackles, 10 pass breakups, three interceptions and three...

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