Chargers Rich Ohrnberger doubtful to play Sunday, veteran Doug Legursky to start at center


San Diego, CA- The San Diego Chargers will be without starting center Rich Ohrnberger Sunday against the Jacksonville Jaguars. Ohrnberger hasn’t been able to practice all week due to a back injury and is listed as doubtful to play Sunday.

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The Chargers will start their third different center Sunday against the Jacksonville Jaguars, as according to Michael Gehlken of UT-San Diego veteran offensive-lineman Doug Legursky will start at center for the Chargers.

The San Diego Chargers signed Doug Legursky earlier this month to improve their offensive line depth, after placing center Nick Hardwick on season-ending injured reserve with another neck injury.

Doug Legursky a six-year veteran made 11 starts last season for the Buffalo Bills. Doug Legursky was a three year starter at Marshall University and signed with the Pittsburgh Steelers as an undrafted free agent in 2008.

Doug Legursky spent five season with the Pittsburgh Steelers and started 17 games for the Steelers. Doug Legursky also started at center for the Steelers in Super Bowl XLV. Doug Legursky bring’s the versatility of experience and being able to play both guard and center for the San Diego Chargers offensive line.

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  • Gehlken also reports that the Chargers are considered to be high on their rookie third-round pick Chris Watt and will look for ways to get him on the field Sunday. In my opinion it just seems like the Chargers perfered to go with the experienced veteran in Doug Legursky.

    As for good news Chargers fans wide-receiver Keenan Allen (groin), cornerback Brandon Flowers (hip), Antonio Gates (hamstring), strong-safety Marcus Gilchrist (shoulder) and defensive end Corey Liuget (ankle) participated in practice and are listed as probable for the game Sunday.