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September 10, 2014 at 11:30 AM

Chargers lose starting center for season

For the second straight week, the Seahawks will face a team without its starting center, as the San Diego Chargers today put Nick Hardwick on Injured Reserve.

Hardwick left San Diego’s game against Arizona with an apparent ankle injury.

But it turns out he was also struggling with stingers and that is the injury that has him on IR.

Hardwick, who has started 67 straight games, will likely be replaced by Rich Ohrnberger, a six-year vet from Penn State who has five career starts.

Last week, Green Bay was without starting center JC Tretter, going with rookie Corey Linsley against Seattle.

Here are some Tweets from Chargers beat writer Michael Gehlken about the news:

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