Chargers tackle Jeromey Clary played through a myriad of injuries last season, but a recent hip surgery has cast some serious doubt over Clary's ability to play this upcoming season. An injury of this magnitude couldn't have come at a worse time for Clary, as he is entering the final year of his contract.#180645871 / gettyimages.comThe Chargers have already started preparing...
A recent surgery has cast doubt on whether Jeromey Clary will play this season.
The Chargers guard underwent hip surgery about a week ago, sources said. It's his second such operation in three months and third overall in the past six. Although the Physically Unable to Perform list contains a wide window in which a player can be activated and return to the field, it is not considered...
As the regular season approaches, a few news bits came out of San Diego on Tuesday focusing in on the Chargers.
Preseason Game against Cardinals blacked out
Blackouts have plagued the Chargers for many years now and that trend has seeped its way into the 2014 preseason. San Diego was informed on Monday that their fourth preseason game against the Arizona Cardinals would be blacked...
SAN DIEGO (AP) Jeromey Clary hasn't missed a snap at Chargers training camp.
The right guard hasn't played a down either.
''I hate it,'' Clary said after Tuesday's practice. ''It's terrible.''
While the Chargers work toward Friday's preseason game against the Seattle Seahawks, Clary just watches. He's still mending after offseason...
Via AP on Fox
August 12, 2014
Jeromey Clary has yet to put on the pads for the Chargers this season, but he already made a huge play to help the team.
Source: Chargers OL Jeromey Clary recently reduced salary from $4.55M to $1.6M. Team got $2.95M in cap space. Clary is currently on PUP.
— Field Yates (@FieldYates) July 28, 2014
A candidate many of us figured may get cut, and PFF’s lowest graded Chargers offensive...
Field Yates of ESPN is reporting that Chargers OL Jeromey Clary agreed to reduce his salary from $4.55 million to $1.6 million for the 2014 season.
In turn, the Chargers have created $2.95 million in available cap space, according to Yates.
Clary is currently on PUP after he underwent offseason hip and shoulder surgeries. San Diego has been forced to use Johnnie Troutman...
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Last week, we discussed how Jeromey Clary’s no-show may have opened the door for rookie Chris Watt to climb into the driver’s seat in the battle for the right guard position. As the first week of June begins, that door may have just been swung open.
News broke Monday evening that offensive lineman Jeromey Clary underwent surgery to heal issues to the offensive guard’s shoulder...
The San Diego Chargers will be without starting right guard Jeromey Clary for their AFC divisional playoff game against the Denver Broncos.
Clary was inactive with a shoulder injury that forced him to miss practice most of last week.
But right tackle D.J. Fluker (ankle) and center Nick Hardwick (concussion) were both activated.
Other inactives for the Chargers are quarterback...
Via AP on Fox
January 12, 2014
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...