Chargers Injury Report: Three Starting Offensive Linemen Fail To Practice All Week
The San Diego Chargers have completed their Friday practice session as they now prepare to fly to Pittsburgh to take on the Pittsburgh Steelers Sunday at Heinz Field and their final injury report of the week has now been released to the media.
Linebacker Donald Butler (groin), tackle Jeromey Clary (knee), and wide receiver Eddie Royal (hamstring) are all listed as out after not practicing the entire week.
Guard Tyronne Green (hamstring) also failed to practice the entire week and is listed as doubtful while tackle Mike Harris (ankle) is listed as questionable after he also failed to practice the entire week.
Practicing fully and listed as probable for the Chargers on Friday are linebacker Jarret Johnson (back), defensive back Corey Lynch (quad), tight end Dante Rosario (hamstring), and safety Darrell Stuckey (hamstring).
The big question mark right now on the Chargers decimated offensive line is whether or not Harris will be healthy enough to play left tackle on Sunday. If he doesn\’t he will be replaced by Kevin Haslam, who was on their practice squad just a few weeks ago. Should Harris wind up playing, Haslam will likely start at right tackle instead.
The Chargers projected offensive line left to right heading into the weekend is Haslam, Rex Hadnot, Nick Hardwick, Louis Vasquez, and Reggie Wells. Wells was signed off of the street just this past week.