Dombrowski Could Could Start Camp on PUP List With a Busted Foot

Aug 21, 2011; Arlington, TX, USA; San Diego Chargers tackle Brandyn Dombrowski (62) blocks against Dallas Cowboys defensive end Marcus Spears (96) in the first quarter at Cowboys Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Matthew Emmons-US PRESSWIRE

Brandyn Dombrowski has to miss the first full-squad practice with a foot injury and could be placed on the PUP list (SDUT). There is a lot of competition in camp at all positions, so Dombro needs to work his way back out onto the field to prove his worth. While he is on the PUP (Physically Unable to Perform) list, he would not count against the 90-man roster and the Chargers would be able to add another player.

Dombrowski struggled to replace Marcus McNeill at left tackle last season and was going to compete for a backup role at guard. He has the ability to help out at tackle if needed, but last season was a mess.

UPDATE: Dombrowski is expected to miss all of training camp with a cyst on his foot. Looks like the foot injuries are already hitting, Larry English and Antonio Gates BEWARE.

UPDATE TO THE UPDATE: He has been place on the IR list.


He didn’t pass his physical!

Topics: Brandyn Dombrowski

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  • arnie

    i have a better idea, show him the door. he has never amounted to being a suitable replacement on the O-line. that’s why the chargers had to get Gaither. look, after 7 years, you show a pro bowl player like Castillo the door without blinking. yet you ignore Englishes non production for four years, paying him without question. and when you needed Dumbo to step up for BigMac, all he did was give up sacks, on the $94 million dollar QB.
    i’m done with this guy.

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