SAN DIEGO (AP) -- San Diego Chargers center Rich Ohrnberger has been placed on season-ending injured reserve with a back injury that will require surgery.
He is the third Chargers center to go on IR this season, following Nick Hardwick and Doug Legursky.
Ohrnberger started seven of the eight games he played this season.
Last Sunday, rookie Chris Watt became the fourth Chargers player...
ESPN’s Adam Schefter reports that the San Diego Chargers have placed C Rich Ohrnberger season-ending injured reserve Tuesday.
Michael Gehlken of the Union-Tribue San Diego reported on Monday that Ohrnberger will undergo back surgery and his 2014 season was over, so Schefter’s report is really more of a confirmation.
Unfortunately for the Chargers, this is the third center...
SAN DIEGO (AP) San Diego Chargers center Rich Ohrnberger is inactive against the St. Louis with back and ankle injuries.
Rookie Chris Watt from Notre Dame is expected to replace Ohrnberger, the fourth player to start at center for the Chargers this season.
Also inactive are wide receiver Dontrelle Inman, running back Ronnie Brown, safety Jahleel Addae, linebacker Reggie Walker,...
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November 23, 2014
SAN DIEGO (AP) San Diego Chargers right tackle D.J. Fluker and center Rich Ohrnberger practiced Friday and indications are they'll start at Oakland.
Fluker left last Sunday's win over the New York Jets with a sprained ankle. Ohrnberger missed the last two games with a back injury.
Both linemen are listed as questionable.
Listed as out for Sunday are running backs Ryan Mathews (knee...
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October 10, 2014
SAN DIEGO (AP) -- Chargers center Rich Ohrnberger didn't practice Friday because of a sore back.
Ohrnberger has replaced San Diego center Nick Hardwick, after the Pro Bowler suffered a season-ending neck injury on Sept. 8.
So Ohrnberger's availability when the Chargers host the Jacksonville Jaguars on Sunday is crucial.
If Ohrnberger, who is listed as doubtful, can't go, rookie Chris...
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...
The news of Rich Ohrnberger's return was broken live to Nick Hardwick during a radio spot.
The San Diego Chargers announced on Wednesday that they have re-signed G Rich Ohrnberger to a one-year contract.
We have re-signed G @ohrnberger to a one year deal. #chargers
— San Diego Chargers (@chargers) April 9, 2014
Ohrnberger, 28, visited with the Jets a few weeks ago. He was a former fourth-round draft pick of the Patriots back in 2009. He played just 210 snaps...
Howard Balzer of LockerDome.com first reported that the Jets hosted free agent WR Jacoby Ford and G Rich Ohrnberger for visits in recent days.
Ford reportedly met with the Jets a few weeks ago, however, a deal was never agreed upon.
Ford, 26, was a fourth-round pick of the Raiders out of Clemson back in 2010. He is a classic Al Davis-pick given that he has a track background...