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SAN DIEGO -- The San Diego Chargers go into their home opener against Baltimore with concerns on the offensive line after center Nick Hardwick and rookie right guard Louis Vasquez were hurt in Monday night's win at Oakland.


Hardwick sprained his left ankle and Vasquez sprained a knee in the 24-20 comeback win, San Diego's 12th straight against its biggest rival. Running back LaDainian Tomlinson also sprained an ankle.


Coach Norv Turner said Tuesday that Hardwick, Vasquez and Tomlinson aren't expected to practice Wednesday as the Chargers begin preparing for the Ravens.


The Chargers were down to five healthy offensive linemen Monday night, which forced left tackle Marcus McNeill to stay in the game after he rolled an ankle.



Also....Might be a good day to pound the rock...the Raiders ran all over them...

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They might get blacked out...


About 48 hours from the deadline to sell out or face a television blackout, the Chargers have reported to the NFL they have about 2,500 tickets remaining for Sunday's home opener against the Baltimore Ravens.


The Chargers could ask for a 24-hour extension (to Friday at 1 p.m.), especially since they have a short week after Monday's game. But they would need to have a realistic chance of selling out.


A company (such as Channel 8, which is supposed to show the game) could step forward to buy the remaining tickets, as has happened in the past. The Chargers would likely need to sell at least 1,500 of those tickets that remain now for that to have a chance of happening.


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