Chargers Practice Report: Clary, Rinehart On Side Field, Wright Back, Dunlap Still Not Cleared

By Ernie Padaon

Sep 15, 2013; Philadelphia, PA, USA; San Diego Chargers offensive tackle King Dunlap (77) during the second quarter against the Philadelphia Eagles at Lincoln Financial Field. The Chargers defeated the Eagles 33-30. Mandatory Credit: Howard Smith-USA TODAY Sports

Three of the San Diego Chargers offensive linemen are still not practicing today. Both starting guards and the top backup guard are not at practice. Chad Rinehart, Jeromey Clary and Rich Ohrnberger all are working on the side field.

That is going to be a little tough for the depth at guard. Johnnie Troutman and Steve Schilling are the only healthy guards on the roster at this point.

We will have to watch how these guys progress during the week. It would be nice to have some starting guards this week against the Oakland Raiders. The backups did a great job against the Dallas Cowboys last week though.

Jeromey Clary has a clavicle injury and could be out for a little bit of time. Chad Rinehart has a toe injury that he is working though. Rich Ohrnberger was hurt over the weekend and we will get more information on the injury later in the day.

Starting left tackle King Dunlap still has not been cleared for his concussion and was out of practice. Hopefully he can come back this week. Mike Harris did a phenomenal job over the weekend with Dunlap out though.

Shareece Wright was back on the practice field today. He hasn’t played in the last couple of weeks because of a hamstring injury. It is good to have some people back in the secondary. Although, Johnny Patrick did not participate in practice.