Chargers offensive lineman Jeromey Clary announced his retirement in January. However, the Chargers finally removed him from the offseason roster with a failed physical designation, according to the NFL transaction wire.
Clary did not play during the 2014 season due to two hip surgeries.
Clary spent all nine of his NFL years with San Diego.
Chargers offensive lineman Jeromey Clary announced his retirement Thursday after nine-year career in the NFL. He was a 2006 sixth-round pick.
"San Diego is a great place to play, and I couldn't have asked for a better organization to play for," Clary said in a prepared statement, per ESPN. "All the coaches and all the players I was with, and the friendships I've built. ... I'm honored to have played for an organization like this. It means the world to me."
Clary did not play in 2014 because of two hip surgeries.
"If you asked what a great teammate looks like, I could just tell ya Jeromey Clary," quarterback Philip Rivers said. "His toughness, his fight and dependability on and off the field were top notch. I will miss playing with No. 66."
As expected, the Chargers have placed guard Jeromey Clary on the season-ending injured reserve list, U-T San Diego reports. Clary started the season on the physically unable to perform list with a hip injury but never recovered in time to play in 2014. He is expected to become a free agent at the end of the season.
Chargers guard Jeromey Clary is set to begin the season on the Physically Unable to Perform list, U-T San Diego reports.
Clary will not count toward the team's initial 53-man roster, but he won't be able to return until the team's seventh game. He is still working his way back from offseason hip surgery.
The Chargers waived linebacker Jonas Mouton (knee) with a failed physical designation and put offensive tackle Jeromey Clary (hip) on the PUP list to start training camp, reports the San Diego Union-Tribune.
The Chargers listed guard Jeromey Clary (shoulder), defensive lineman Sean Lissemore (shoulder), quarterback Brad Sorenson, receiver Lavelle Hawkins, cornerback Marcus Cromartie, offensive tackle Kenny Wiggins and safety Brandon Taylor as inactive for the playoff game at Denver.
The Chargers list six starters as questionable for their Sunday game in Denver, including offensive linemen Jeromey Clary (shoulder), D.J. Fluker (ankle) and Nick Hardwick (neck, concussion).
Also questionable are wide receiver Eddie Royal (toe), running back Ryan Mathews (ankle) and defensive tackle Sean Lissemore (shoulder).
Chargers tackle D.J. Fluker (ankle) returned to practice Thursday after missing the Wednesday session. But fellow offensive lineman Nick Hardwick (concussion, neck) remained out. Meanwhile, guard Jeromey Clary left the Wednesday practice with a shoulder issue and did not practice on Thursday.
Several Chargers who were listed as probable on the injury report are active vs. Kansas City, including guard Jeromey Clary (hand), linebacker Thomas Keiser (elbow), defensive end Sean Lissemore (shoulder) and cornerback Shareece Wright (foot).
The Chargers are in fine shape heading into their Sunday clash against the visiting Chiefs. Their Friday injury report boasts just six players and five are probable, including featured back Ryan Mathews (ankle). The only exception is wideout Eddie Royal (toe), who is questionable and should play.
The other probables are offensive lineman Jeromey Clary (hand), linebacker Thomas Keiser (elbow), defensive lineman Sean Lissimore (shoulder) and cornerback Shareece Wright (foot).
The Chargers had two offensive lineman healthy enough to come off the injury report and play in Sunday's Week 7 game at Jacksonville. Tackle D.J. Fluker (calf) and guard/tackle Jeromey Clary (clavicle) are both active for the game against the Jaguars.
The Chargers released a long injury list on Friday, but the news wasn't that bad. Most of the players on it have been deemed probable for Sunday against the Jaguars.
They are running back Ronnie Brown (ankle), offensive lineman Jeromey Clary (clavicle), tackle D.J. Fluker (calf), defensive end Corey Liuget (shoulder), cornerback Richard Marshall (groin), cornerback Johnny Patrick (chest) and cornerback Shareece Wright (hamstring).
All were full participants in practice throughout the week but Clary and Brown, who were so on Thursday and Friday.
Four Chargers offensive linemen who were on the injury report are active against the Colts. Guard Jeromey Clary (clavicle), tackle King Dunlap (concussion) and center Rich Ohrnberger (groin) were probable, while tackle D.J. Fluker (calf) was questionable.
Chargers staring right guard Jeromey Clary has been cleared to play Sunday night in Oakland despite a clavicle injury that had him designated as questionable for the game.
The Chargers list four players as questionable for the game Sunday in Oakand - all with different injuries. They are guard Jeromey Clary (clavicle), guard Rich Ohrnberger (groin), cornerback Johnny Patrick (chest) and cornerback Shareece Wright (hamstring).
The Chargers beat the Cowboys without three offensive line starters, and the trio could miss Sunday's game at Oakland, too. Left tackle King Dunlap (concussion), left guard Chad Rinehart (toe) and right guard Jeromey Clary (clavicle) did not practice Wednesday, reports ESPN.com.
The Chargers have listed the following players as inactive for Week 4 at home against the Cowboys: quarterback Brad Sorensen, wide receiver Malcom Floyd, tackle King Dunlap, guard Jeromey Clary, guard Chad Rinehart, cornerback Shareece Wright and safety Brandon Taylor.