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NFL Injury Report:
The injuries continue to mount for the disappointing San
Diego Chargers, who announced that they’d placed center David Molk and wide
receiver Seyi Arijotutu on season-ending injured reserve yesterday, reports
Curtis Crabtree of Pro Football Talk.
The Chargers placed center David Molk and wide receiver
Seyi Arijotutu on injured reserve Tuesday.
The roster moves allowed San Diego to add a couple of
healthy offensive lineman, center Colin Baxter and guard Stephen Schilling.
These two players may become pivotal given offensive lineman Jeromey Clary
(knee) and Tyronne Green (hamstring) are not expected to be available for
Sunday’s matchup against the Pittsburgh Steelers.
Baxter played in three games, including two starts, for the
New York Jets in 2011 before the Charges signed him. He played in five games
with San Diego last season before being released at the end of training camp.
Schilling was a sixth-round pick of the Charges last season.
He appeared in nine games, including two starts, but was also ultimately
released at the end of training camp this season.
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