When the Chargers selected linebacker Jonas Mouton in the second round of the 2011 draft, it is hard to believe they expected to wait more than 18 months to see him play in a regular season game. That’s been the case, however. Now, with most likely out due to a groin injury, Mouton will finally get his chance to play in an NFL game for the first time in nearly two years. Mouton lost his entire rookie season because of a summer shoulder injury that landed him on injured reserve and he has been a healthy scratch in each of the team’s 11 games this season. With Donald Butler battling a groin injury that’s expected to keep him out of Sunday’s game against the Bengals, Mouton is in line to get on the field for the first non-exhibition game since leaving the University of Michigan. While you can’t do anything about the season-ending injury, it’s not a promising sign that your second-round pick from last year hasn’t been able to find a way to one of the 46 jerseys handed out on gameday.