November 25, 2012; San Diego, CA, USA; San Diego Chargers offensive tackle Jeromey Clary (66) and offensive guard Louis Vasquez (65) during the first quarter against the Baltimore Ravens at Qualcomm Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Christopher Hanewinckel-USA TODAY Sports

Chargers Friday Practice Report: Clary Practicing; Dunlap, Rinehart, Patrick Not Practicing

Here is the San Diego Chargers practice report for Friday. This should give a good indication on who would be available for the game on Sunday Night.

King Dunlap and Chad Rinehart were both unable to practice today. Dunlap still is suffering through the effects of a concussion and still has not cleared tests. He must have had a pretty bad concussion during the game against the Titans.

Chad Rinehart still is not practicing with his toe injury that he suffered in the same game.

Jeromey Clary was practicing for the second straight game. He is tough as nails and looks like he will be participating over the weekend with the clavicle injury. Hopefully the injury doesn’t hinder him too much.

Johnny Patrick practiced fully on Thursday, but there must have been a set back in his return, because he is not on the practice field on Friday. He suffered a chest injury against the Cowboys on Sunday.

Rich Ohrnberger was practicing for the first time this week and will likely be needed on Sunday against the Raiders. Starter Chad Rinehart will likely not be avalable for the game and Ohrnberger could be called on to start at left guard.

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  • blackroseMD1

    What the hell did the Titans hit Dunlap with to keep him out two weeks with a concussion? Jeez…

    • Stefanie Smith

      They get mad when someone brings it up, but I agree. He should be coming back to practice by now. Concussions all over the league and they are already back on the field.

      • TheReturnOfMrBlanks

        Just means that his was worse, look at Jahvid Best of the Lions. Had a few concussions, took a Big hit and had to retire at 24. The levels of concussions can’t be compared like other injuries, so you can’t say “Pryor is back on the field now why isn’t Dunlap?” everyone is different and it must be really bad for him to miss 2 straight weeks. I hope he can recover soon, 1 more game of Mike Harris who is getting better and better each game.

        • Stefanie Smith

          Okay. Maybe you are right. And I do remember Laurent Robinson. The damage from concussions is cumulative, I imagine. Calming down now.

          • TheReturnOfMrBlanks

            Scary part is there is no real way to know exactly how the concussed person is doing, you just have to go off of what symptoms they tell you and evaluate off of that so King must being seeing stars or light sensitivity etc….poor guy that has got to suck.

        • blackroseMD1

          Yeah, I’m not saying that I want to rush him back, just that it’s a bit surprising that he’ll be out a couple weeks or more because of it.

          Man, I hate the Flaming Thumbtacks. Every damn time we play them, someone goes down.

          • Peter Thompson

            We should just play our backups next time, and keep the starters healthy = /

      • Calman21

        There have been a few concussions that have dropped players for a couple weeks this season.

  • Gunnar Martin

    At least that’s an improvement from last week. Three starters instead of two.