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Versatility has been a trademark strength for Brandyn Dombrowski in San Diego.
A year after starting two games at right guard and seven at right tackle in his first full NFL season, Dombrowski was asked to open the 2010 season at left tackle while the Chargers were without the services of Marcus McNeill.
Dombrowski started the first five games, protecting Philip Rivers’ blind side. The Chargers performed well with Dombrowski in the starting lineup, yielding just 11 sacks and rushing for 126 yards a game, including 151 in a win over Jacksonville and 180 in a win over Arizona. Dombrowski grew up in Henderson, Nev., and played collegiately at San Diego State. His father, Ken, is a former defensive tackle who played for the the Canadian Football League’s Hamilton Tiger Cats and Calgary Stampeders, as well as the USFL’s Pittsburgh Maulers.
Since joining the Chargers, Dombrowski has supported efforts to assist the local military. He’s joined Kris Dielman at several events benefitting the Marine Corps-Law Enforcement Foundation (MCLEF), and last November he helped pass out Thanksgiving turkeys to military families from the Armed Forces YMCA in San Diego. Dombrowski also cohosted a bowling event to help raise funds to purchase new helmets for the kids who compete in the Alpine Pop Warner Football League. Alpine is a suburb east of San Diego.
TRANSACTION HISTORY: Signed two-year contract, May 2, 2008...waived Aug. 30 and re-signed to practice squad, Sept. 1...signed two-year contract, Jan. 26, 2009.
2010: Started Weeks 1-5 at left tackle.
2009: First-career road start at RT at CLE Dec. 6...in 3Q, replaced inj Marcus McNeill at LT and very first play threw key block to open hole for 31-yard TD run by Darren Sproles... Game Ball Dec. 25 game at TEN when line allowed just one sack in 29 pass plays and blocked for 166 yards in run game.
2008: Spent entire season on practice squad.
COLLEGE: Started 35 games in four seasons at right and left guard...redshirted in 2003...played at San Diego State from 2003-07...majored in criminal justice.
PERSONAL: Born in Buffalo, New York...began prep career at Chaparral High School in Las Vegas and spent senior season at Green Valley HS in Henderson, Nevada...named team’s outstanding lineman following senior season.
The left tackle has solidified his place on the line after two games, helping Philip Rivers pass for 632 yards and playing physical in the run game.
Chargers offensive linemen Scott Mruczkowski and Brandyn Dombrowski will appear at the Chargers Team Store, located at Gate G at Qualcomm Stadium, on Thursday, Sept. 17 at 6:00 p.m. to meet fans, sign autographs, pose for pictures and talk football along with Charger Girls.