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Everyone fell in love with linebacker Darryl Gamble during the first week of the preseason when he exploded for eight tackles against the Seattle Seahawks.
However, against the Dallas Cowboys last week he was relatively quiet, getting in on just one tackle and one assist.
Gamble could prove to be a hell of a gem—he was an undrafted free agent rookie—especially considering the fact that the Chargers are thin at linebacker.
Still, Gamble isn't a sure thing (Insert "gambling" joke here). It's possible that he might have had one awesome preseason game against backups, but what's the harm in trying him out again?
The game against the Cardinals should be a solid gauge since the Cards' offensive line is shoddy, but is Gamble opportunistic enough to make a name for himself?