Sep 8, 2014; Glendale, AZ, USA; San Diego Chargers center Rich Ohrnberger (74) prepares to snap the ball to quarterback Philip Rivers (17) against the Arizona Cardinals at University of Phoenix Stadium. The Cardinals defeated the Chargers 18-17. Mandatory Credit: Mark J. Rebilas-USA TODAY Sports
What is this health thing that is showing up at the San Diego Chargers practice? There are people that are coming back from injuries and getting onto the practice field? I don’t even know what this means. It is amazing.
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Rich Ohrnberger is practicing for the 2nd straight day and looks like he will step back in as the starting center on Sunday. He has been able to practice for the last couple of days.
Jerry Attaochu has been able to practice for the last couple of days as well. He looks like he will join the defense this weekend as well.
Add Reggie Walker onto the list of players that are back on the practice field. He likely will be limited in practice, but he is out there working.
Jarret Johnson also was working with the team at practice and will likely be on the field on Sunday.
Then we get to the list of players that are not on the field.
D.J. Fluker is not practicing and has not practiced all week. His status does not look good for Sunday. He might have to rest that ankle for some time before he is able to get back onto the field.
Donald Butler has not been practicing because of a shoulder injury. Dwight Freeney was out, but may be getting a rest day.
Manti Te’o, Ryan Mathews and Shareece Wright all were out as well. They are not expected to play this weekend.