Anthony Lynn spoke with the media on Wednesday morning and he unfortunately brought out some unfortunate news regarding the health of some of the Chargers’ best players.
First and foremost, it’s highly-likely that neither Joey Bosa (concussion) and Keenan Allen (hamstring) will be available for Sunday. This was Bosa’s second concussion of the season and he already missed two games following his first. It would almost be dangerous to expect him to return after missing just one this time around. As for Allen, I’m sure he’s disappointed as the WR1 of this team since he’ll fall short of 1,000 yards should he not suit up against Kansas City.
If Bosa is officially done for the year, as well, he’ll end the season with 39 total tackles, 7.5 sacks, and 15 tackles-for-loss.
Other players that aren’t likely to return in the regular season finale include Rayshawn Jenkins (ankle), Hunter Henry (COVID-19), and Bryan Bulaga (foot). In their place, expect to seem more of Jahleel Addae, Donald Parham/Stephen Anderson, and Storm Norton, respectively.