Chargers Practice Report: Attaochu, Ohrnberger Practicing

By Ernie Padaon

Sep 14, 2014; San Diego, CA, USA; San Diego Chargers outside linebacker Jeremiah Attaochu (97) and outside linebacker Reggie Walker (52) celebrate after the Chargers recovered a fumble during the second quarter against the Seattle Seahawks at Qualcomm Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Jake Roth-USA TODAY Sports

It is Wednesday and we get to hear about that participation list at practice again. Every week has been an adventure for the Chargers and this week will definitely be the same.

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Here is some of the good news that we have heard so far. Malcom Floyd is practicing. He sat some time in the first half last week after a calf injury. He has always been a fragile player, but it looks like he is participating in practice.

Rich Ohrnberger has joined the rest of his team and could be the starter at center this week. He has missed the last 2 weeks with a back injury, but it sounds like he could go.

Jerry Attaochu is back on the practice field as well. He has missed the last few games with an injury, but could be joining the rest of his defense very soon. He made a big impact in the first week of the season and could get plenty of reps with Melvin Ingram on the sideline. Cordarro Law has stepped in and played well though in his opportunities.

Onto the bad news. D.J. Fluker is not practicing today because of a bad ankle. He was on crutches at the end of the game. It looked like he injured the ankle early in the game when Donald Brown rolled up on him. He fought through the pain, but eventually had to sit on the sideline and allow Willie Smith to take the snaps. Who knows if he will be available this weekend vs the Raiders.

Jarret Johnson also hurt his ankle on the play he forced a fumble and played through the injury. He is not practicing today either.

We will keep updating this post as more [ractice reports come out. Still waiting to see if Jason Verrett gets onto the practice field as well.