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Mathews, Hardwick, Clary questionable for Chargers


Running back Ryan Mathews missed another practice on Friday and he’s been listed as questionable to play against the Broncos because of the ankle injury he aggravated in last weekend’s victory over the Bengals.

He’s got some company with that designation on the offensive line. Center Nick Hardwick returned to practice after suffering a concussion, but will need to get final clearance to play on Sunday. Right guard Jeromey Clary did not practice on Friday, his second straight day on the sideline after injuring his shoulder on Wednesday, and will also be a game-time decision along with right tackle D.J. Fluker. Fluker is expected to play despite an ankle injury.

Having all three in the lineup would obviously be ideal for the Chargers offense, although reserve center Rich Ohrnberger played well after Hardwick went out in the first quarter last week and had a key block to spring reserve running back for a game-icing touchdown in the second half.

Wide receiver Eddie Royal continued to miss practice with a toe injury and is questionable, although that’s been the case for several weeks and Royal has been in the lineup come gameday. Defensive tackle Sean Lissemore rounds out the list after being limited in practice all week by a shoulder injury.

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4 Responses to “Mathews, Hardwick, Clary questionable for Chargers”
  1. chargersdiehard says: Jan 10, 2014 5:49 PM

    They will all play. Chargers will win. Move along.

  2. bizieman says: Jan 10, 2014 7:34 PM

    Excuses excuses. If the sparklers are scared to play at this level, they should tapout now. 38-20 Broncos

  3. jcracc says: Jan 11, 2014 12:43 PM

    5 days ago the weather forecast was for 50 degrees and mild winds. Today the forecast for Sunday is in the 30’s with wind gusts of 20-30 mph. Not so perfect weather for a QB that can flutter a ball in windy conditions. I am starting to think the Chargers are this year’s destiny team. They should never have made the playoffs and yet here they sit, playing with house money. The worst team for the Broncos to play at this juncture is a team of destiny.

  4. natelan69 says: Jan 11, 2014 7:34 PM

    The Chargers are always injured and missing key players… Never stopped us from trashing Peyton before, won’t stop us now!

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