Chargers OLs Brandyn Dombrowski (foot, PUP) and Johnnie Troutman (torn pectoral/knee surgery, PUP) returned to practice on Tuesday.
Chargers injured OLs Brandyn Dombrowski (foot) and Johnnie Troutman (torn pectoral, knee surgery) are not expected to play this season.
Chargers placed OT Brandyn Dombrowski on the reserve/non-football illness list.
Chargers OT Brandyn Dombrowski is expected to have a "prolonged" absence from training camp with a cyst on his foot.
Chargers re-signed restricted free agent OT Brandyn Dombrowski to a one-year, $1.26 million contract.
Chargers OT Brandyn Dombrowski now holds the two worst single-game grades Pro Football Focus has ever given.
Brandyn Dombrowski is running as the Chargers' first-team left tackle with Marcus McNeill (knee) sidelined.
Chargers tendered exclusive rights free agent OT Brandyn Dombrowski.
Coach Norv Turner continued to endorse Brandyn Dombrowski as a viable replacement for holdout LT Marcus McNeill on Monday, calling Dombrowski "a more physical run blocker than Marcus."
Chargers LT Brandyn Dombrowski returned from a groin injury Tuesday and was back with the first-team offense.
Brandyn Dombrowski, not veteran Tra Thomas, will start out at left tackle in Chargers training camp.
With Marcus McNeill skipping OTAs, Brandyn Dombrowski is currently working as the Chargers' first-team left tackle.
Brandyn Dombrowski's future in San Diego is at guard rather than tackle, according to beat writer Kevin Acee.
Brandyn Dombrowski is expected to challenge Jeromey Clary for the starting right tackle job in 2010.