Chargers LG Johnnie Troutman has been demoted out of the starting lineup.
Chargers GM Tom Telesco anticipates second-year OG Johnnie Troutman competing for a starting job in camp.
Chargers G Johnnie Troutman is fully recovered from the torn pectoral and arthroscopic knee surgery that wiped out his rookie year.
Chargers OG Johnnie Troutman (pectoral surgery, PUP) is expected to begin practicing on Monday.
Chargers OG Johnnie Troutman (pectoral surgery, PUP) recently underwent arthroscopic knee surgery.
The Union-Tribune San Diego confirms Chargers fifth-round OG Johnnie Troutman (torn pectoral) will begin the season on the reserve/PUP list, and reports the Chargers hope he "(sits) his rookie season."
Chargers fifth-round OG Johnnie Troutman (torn pectoral) is expected to open the season on the reserve/PUP list.
Chargers agreed to terms with No. 149 overall pick OG Johnnie Troutman on a four-year contract.
Chargers fifth-round G Johnnie Troutman will likely miss the 2012 season after undergoing pectoral surgery last week.
The Chargers plan to let fifth-round pick Johnnie Troutman compete for their starting left guard job.
Chargers selected Penn State OG Johnnie Troutman with the No. 149 overall pick in the 2012 NFL draft.