Jeremy Newberry didn't play a down as a rookie last season because of a torn ACL in his left knee, but that didn't mean he missed out on all the action. When teammate Derrick Deese began brawling with the Chargers' William Fuller during a joint workout in training camp last summer, Newberry, who was standing around in street clothes less than two months after undergoing surgery, entered the fray. "I fight too much," says Newberry, who while at Cal in 1996 broke his right hand in a fight outside a theater. Had Newberry been healthy last year, he probably would have been entrenched as a starter at center or guard now. Instead, he will be protecting Steve Young's blind side as the starting right tackle, with Deese shifting to guard.