Insider Exclusive: OG Brandyn Dombrowski Q&A's Michael Kranzler continues his interview with rookie OG Brandyn Dombrowski, this time for Insiders only. Dombrowski talks about his conflicts with his high school coach; his academic ineligibility as a senior at SDSU; and his challenges in making the Chargers' roster. Find out what else he has to say in this Q&A.

Michael Kranzler: You transferred high schools for your senior year. Was there any reason for this?

Brandyn Dombrowski: At my first high school, I didn't really get along with my coach, and I felt it would be better for my career for me to move on to a different school.

MK: You were academically ineligible for part of your senior year before being granted a waiver by the NCAA. What exactly happened there?

BD: Basically, I ran into a few issues with one of my classes. I had to get all of that stuff taken care of before I could actually get back into the season.

MK: Who was the toughest player you had to block during your career?

BD: I don't know, there have been a lot of guys. Anybody I played against, I thought they were all really good athletes and I prepared the same for everybody. I thought everybody I played against was good and I treated them all the same.

MK: What is your biggest strength on the field?

BD: In college, it was my strength, but when you get to this level you can't rely on your strength as much. Right now, I'm just trying to put everything together, so I really couldn't tell you right now. I'm learning everything all over again.

MK: What do you need to improve upon most in order to have a shot to make this team?

BD: Right now, I need to work on my technique. Like I told you, I relied a lot on my strength in college, but up at this level you need a lot more technique. Right now, I'm just trying to get better technique down.

MK: Is there anything that you want to say to all the Chargers fans out there or that you would want them to know about you?

BD: I'm here to better this team. Whatever I can do to better this team, I'm going to do.

Click here for the rest of the interview, where Dombrowski talks about playing some tackle, staying in San Diego and learning from Mike Goff and Kris Dielman.

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