In case you missed it: Columns from the cover32 universe to recap this week.
San Diego Chargers
- The two defensive backs who could change the Chargers secondary in 2014. (READ)
- Jeromey Clary has been dealing with a nagging injury. (READ)
- Secondary should improve this season. (READ)
- Rivers mobility could aid redzone offense. (READ)
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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...
It’s OTA season around the NFL, and the usual hubbub about who goes and who abstains is running amok across the country. That chatter is no different in the heart of San Diego either, as some significant names were absent from the first day of organized team activities.
Antonio Gates and Dwight Freeney led this topic of discussion, but as we have come to know around the league...
Okay, so it’s not a sexy pick, but Chris Watt is exactly what the Chargers needed. An experienced and talented offensive guard to backup Johnnie Troutman, Rich Ohrnberger and Jeromey Clary. Eventually, the Bolts will hope Watt can start, and with the injury issues from last season, he may get the chance to play this year.
Watt started 37 games at Notre Dame. He is a big mauler...
Hot News for OT Jeromey Clary
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 Chargers will have running back Ryan Mathews in the lineup against the Broncos on Sunday afternoon, but they won’t have their starting right guard.
Jeromey Clary, who injured his shoulder in practice on Wednesday and did not practice for the rest of the week, is inactive for the game, forcing the Chargers to shuffle their starting offensive line. Michael Gehlken of U-T San...
A veteran running back is ready and willing to come to San Diego ... will Tom Telesco make the deal? Also, how safe is Jeromey Clary at right guard? And will some new faces help the Chargers finally shake the injury bug? These answers and more inside.
Few teams have bigger needs than San Diego's need for an upgrade at offensive tackle. Jared Gaither is arguably the laziest, least dependable player in the league and Jeromey Clary is a turnstile on the other side. Here is a look at the free-agent tackles the Chargers can realistically push to sign.
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...