Banged-up Chargers sign Tony Moll

Banged up on the offensive line, the San Diego Chargers signed former Baltimore Ravens and Green Bay Packers offensive lineman Tony Moll to a one-year contract. They cut rookie linebacker Darryl Gamble. The Chargers finished their last game missing three starters due to injuries.

Left tackle Marcus McNeill was carted off with a neck injury, and Kamerion Wimbley recorded four sacks for the Raiders in his absence. Left guard Kris Dielman (concussion) missed his third-consecutive game last week and Louis Vasquez (ankle) also could not finish last week's game.

Moll, 6-foot-5 and 315 pounds, played in 60 NFL games from 2006-10 with the Packers and Ravens. He also spent training camp with Jacksonville this season. Moll has started 12 games at right guard, seven at right tackle and two at tight end.

Gamble played in three games this season, appearing primarily on special teams.

He's eligible for the practice squad.

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