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NFL Injury Report:
The San Diego Chargers have ruled linebacker Demorrio
Williams out for today’s contest against the Carolina Panthers, while running
back Ronnie Brown is doubtful and wide receiver Eddie Royal is questionable.
Brown didn’t practice all week after suffering a hamstring
injury during last weekend’s victory against the Pittsburgh Steelers. The
backup running back, who’s totaled 169 yards on 36 carries this season, is
among four players listed as doubtful this weekend, also including linebacker
Donald Butler (groin) and offensive linemen Jeromey Clary (knee) and Tyronne
Royal was limited at practice Wednesday and Thursday due to
a hamstring injury, but he returned at full capacity Friday. Though he’s listed
as questionable, there’s a good chance that he plays considering he practiced
Williams has been ruled out due to an ankle injury that
caused him to miss practice all week. Offensive lineman Mike Harris (ankle) and
defensive lineman Kendall Reyes (quad) are both probable to play against the
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— Michael Gehlken (@UTgehlken) December 17, 2012
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