Good morning, Chargers fans!
With the Chiefs coming up fast on Thursday, the Bolts put out their first injury report of the week on Monday. However, as they didn’t actually hit the field to practice, the report is an estimation of what it would have looked like had they suited up.
The non-surprises are obviously Keenan Allen, J.C. Jackson, and Donald Parham. They all would have sat out. Rashawn Slater and Drue Tranquill also appeared on the report with back injuries although both would have been full-participants so I don’t believe there’s much cause for concern there.
Slater looked great against Chandler Jones while Tranquill was as impactful as you would hope in their week one victory, so it’s nice to see neither would have been limited despite the apparent bumps and bruises.
the team did not practice today and participation is an estimate. pic.twitter.com/VBFVQzMpFq— Los Angeles Chargers (@chargers) September 12, 2022
And now for today’s links.
Check out the best photos from the Chargers’ 24-19 victory over the Raiders (Chargers.com)
Five takeaways from week one (Chargers.com)
DeAndre Carter raised some eyebrows against the Raiders (Chargers Wire)
The Chiefs are working out former Chargers kicker Tristan Vizcaino (Bolt Beat)
What we learned from the Seahawks’ win over the Broncos on MFN (NFL.com)
Winners and losers heading into week two (NFL.com)
T.J. Watt is expected to get more opinions on his torn pec (ESPN)
Week two NFL power rankings (CBS Sports)
Dak Prescott could return in four to six weeks (Pro Football Talk)
Russell Wilson defends the Broncos’ decision to kick a 64-yard field goal (Bleacher Report)