Good morning, Chargers fans!
With a short three days between their game against the Raiders and when they take the field in Kansas City against the Chiefs, the Chargers will be utilizing walkthroughs over real practices. Since that is the case, this week’s injury reports are all “estimations”, meaning that the report what the team believes would have happened during a normal game week.
On Tuesday’s report, cornerback J.C. Jackson went from being estimated as a non-participant to “limited” which should create some optimism for the CB1 to return to the field in time to face Patrick Mahomes and that Chiefs offense.
tuesday's #LACvsKC injury report pic.twitter.com/LnQtTVvCIM— Los Angeles Chargers (@chargers) September 13, 2022
As for the rest of the report, both Keenan Allen and Donald Parham were listed as non-participants. Brandon Staley even went as far as to already announce that Parham would not be playing this week during his media availability on Tuesday.
Lastly, both Rashawn Slater and Drue Tranquill were on the report again but both would have been full-go in a real practice.
And now for today’s links.
Week two injury report (Chargers.com)
Top quotes from the podium ahead of Thursday’s game against the Chiefs (Chargers.com)
The Chargers have reasons for optimism against the Chiefs (Chargers Wire)
These former Chargers enjoyed notable performances in week one (Bolt Beat)
Joe Flacco will start in week two for the Jets (Pro Football Talk)
Dallas is unlikely to trade for another quarterback (Bleacher Report)
Picks and predictions for week two in the NFL (CBS Sports)
Patrick Mahomes and Saquon Barkley earned Player of the Week honors (NFL.com)
T.J. Watt could miss just six weeks (ESPN)
Jamal Adams will need a bit of time to get back from his quad injury (ESPN)