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San Diego Chargers Daily Links: December 14, 2012

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Stephen Dunn

Chargers patchy OL will try to build on solid game - Tom Krasovic
But Hardwick said the offensive line isn’t swell-headed about its scrappy showing, as the Panthers are "really good" in their defensive front and have two pass-rushers (Greg Hardy and Charles Johnson) with at least 8.5 sacks.

O-Line Out to Prove Last Week was No Fluke - Ricky Henne
Head coach Norv Turner announced today the same five players will most likely start on Sunday when he addressed Mike Harris’ injury situation. Harris returned to practice fully today after being limited yesterday because of the high ankle sprain that kept him out of last week’s game. But Turner said he doesn’t anticipate him returning to the starting lineup this week.

Chargers' Defense Honed in on Newton - Ricky Henne
"It’s scary when he’s running with the ball in his hands," said Corey Liuget. "He’s dangerous. You’ve got to definitely hit him every time. Even when he doesn’t have the ball if he’s gotten rid of it in the option, we’ve still got to hit him. Because if you let up thinking he got rid of it you’ll get beat. So we’ve got to hit him hard and hit him in the mouth."

Breaking down McShay's mock - Bill Williamson
The offensive line is the Chargers’ greatest need area, so it could come down to the best tackle available. But if the board falls as McShay has it, San Diego could look for value and take Alabama guard Chance Warmack or Notre Dame linebacker Manti Te'o here.

Chargers still banged up on O-line - Bill Williamson
Starting tackles Jeromey Clary (knee) and Mike Harris (ankle) and guard Tyronne Green (hamstring) all missed Sunday’s victory at Pittsburgh. Clary and Green didn’t practice Wednesday, but Harris worked on a limited basis.

Next Man Up: Week 14 - Peter Damilatis
Demorrio Williams, starting in place of Donald Butler, recorded five tackles, three defensive stops, and two QB pressures in the first half alone before exiting with an injury. The Steelers ran nine times for 12 yards, and Williams recorded stops on two of those rushes. His hit on Roethlisberger with 7:43 left in the second quarter forced an incompletion and a Pittsburgh punt.

One guy to watch - Bill Williamson
San Diego, Antoine Cason, cornerback: Cason has improved steadily and he has been playing at a high level for the past several weeks. He is a free agent, but don’t be surprised if the Chargers make a big push to keep him.