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Chargers rookie, Phil Bogle, anchors line

Chargers rookies make their mark

Phil Bogle entered the season as an undrafted free agent out of New Haven, a program that has since been disbanded, gone, extinguished. Luckily for the Chargers it didn't happen before this season. Bogle simply came in and started 13 games for the San Diego Chargers in 2003, four at right tackle, and nine at right guard. Week to week, Bogle did not know who he would line up next to with all the injuries and almost missed time to an undisclosed injury himself.

The rigors of the season touched nearly every offensive lineman on the Chargers squad. It seemed every other week another player was headed to injured reserve. Others still missed significant time with various ailments. Phil Bogle was among the few to not be affected by the rash of injuries. The rigors of the season that produce bumps and bruises seemed to pass over the rookie, or did they...

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