Found September 30, 2011 on NFL.com:
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San Diego probably won't have cornerback Quentin Jammer and tight end tight end Antonio Gates on on Sunday against Miami but the Chargers will likely have running back Ryan Mathews and wide receivers Vincent Jackson and Malcolm Floyd to play.
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