The San Diego Chargers are scrambling to find warm bodies to
man their offensive line, as coach Norv Turner told reporters, including
Michael Gehlken of the San Diego Union-Times, that he doesn’t expect tackles
Michael Harris (ankle) and Jeromey Clary (knee) or guard Tyronne Green
(hamstring) to play Sunday when the team takes on the Pittsburgh Steelers.
Norv Turner says he doesn't expect tackles Michael Harris (ankle) and Jeromey Clary (knee) or guard Tyronne Green (hamstring) to play Sunday
— Michael Gehlken (@UTgehlken) December 3, 2012
Given Turner’s injury report, the Chargers are left with
only one healthy offensive tackle on their roster, Kevin Haslam. Even he has
only played in six games in the NFL after being picked up as an undrafted
San Diego’s offensive line has already had a tough time
protecting quarterback Phillip Rivers without the injuries. It could get ugly
this weekend when the team takes on the vaunted pass rush of the Steelers.
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