Jeromey Clary opened OTAs as the Chargers' starting right guard.
GM Tom Telesco confirmed that Jeromey Clary is open to playing guard.
The Chargers will evaluate RT Jeromey Clary at guard.
The Chargers could save $2.3 million in salary cap space by releasing RT Jeromey Clary.
Chargers RT Jeromey Clary injured his left knee on the offense's second play in Week 13 versus the Bengals.
Chargers OC Hal Hunter insists RT Jeromey Clary is a better player than he's given credit for by "the outside."
The San Diego Union-Tribune expects RT Jeromey Clary to remain with the Chargers.
Chargers agreed to terms with RT Jeromey Clary on a four-year, $20 million contract.
Keeping free agent right tackle Jeromey Clary is a priority for the Chargers.
The Chargers are expected to keep Jeromey Clary as their starting right tackle, rather than replace him with Brandyn Dombrowski.
Jeromey Clary is now splitting reps at right tackle with Brandyn Dombrowski.
Chargers re-signed restricted free agent RT Jeromey Clary to a one-year, $1.684 million contract.
Chargers restricted free agent Jeromey Clary is expected to remain the starter at right tackle in 2010.
The Chargers assigned a second-round tender to restricted free agent RT Jeromey Clary.