The owner of those hands? He probably wasn't as recognizable.
As the Chargers worked during their second day of veteran minicamp, most of the receivers Chargers fans were accustomed to seeing were on a separate field, undergoing rehabilitation in an effort to return from injuries.
But the group of receivers on the field all fell in line behind the last regular standing,
Inman, who signed his restricted free-agency offer Tuesday, took the first reps in most drills as he tries to build on a breakout performance from a year ago.
"Right now, he's the leader out there on offense for the receivers," cornerback
It's an easy transition for Inman, who said the team's receivers have been groomed to fill in and step up whenever they're needed.
"Regardless if those guys are out or not, everyone in that room has to be a leader. That's just the motto that we have. All of us are leaders," Inman said. "That just helps competition, helps bring other guys up."
Inman doubled the production from his first two seasons in his third, catching 58 balls for 810 yards with an opportunity created by injuries such as Allen's.
"It just shows that you have to be patient. And when your opportunity comes, you have to capitalize on it," Inman said. "That's just a product of this league and how things go. If you work hard and the opportunity is there, you have to capitalize. And, me and Tyrell, we did that."
Inman chuckled when he was asked about how the Chargers' receiving corps will look this season with everyone potentially healthy.
"It's going to be even better," he said. "We're going to feed off one another."
With Allen returning to the field, Williams' emergence, a pair of good tight ends and the possibility of a receiver being added via the draft, there will be more competition for receptions this season.
Still, Inman seems as if he's worked his way into the Chargers' plans.
"He's picking up where he left off," coach Anthony Lynn said. "… I see those guys having similar impacts, even taking it to the next level."