Found October 11, 2012 on Pro Sports Daily:
Left tackle Jared Gaither didn't practice Thursday, so maybe having a long week will aid the Chargers. San Diego's game against the Denver Broncos isn't until Monday night, and coach Norv Turner said Wednesday that he was confident Gaither would play. Gaither strained his groin in the later stages of Sunday's loss to the New Orleans Saints. Considering his track record of required healing time, it's not outlandish to speculate he'll be challenged to return by Monday. If he can't go, the Chargers would turn back to Mike Harris, an undrafted free agent. That was their situation the first three games, when Gaither was out with a back injury, and the results were mixed. The Broncos' pass rush, led by Von Miller and Elvis Dumervil, combined with Chargers quarterback Philip Rivers' fondness of holding the ball late could make the play at left tackle critical come Monday. "I certainly think the more game experience you have, the more you i...
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