Los Angeles Chargers Injuries
The Chargers former All-Pro center is likely calling it quits after 10 seasons in the NFL.
Easton Stick and the Chargers offense gets back a top target in Joshua Palmer just in time for the season finale against the Chiefs.
Keenan Allen may have played his last game of 2023 for the Chargers back in Week 14. Rashawn Slater showed up on Thursday’s injury report with a knee injury.
Chargers wideout Keenan Allen hasn’t suited up since the team’s 24-7 loss to the Broncos in Week 17.
Zion Johnson will miss his first professional game this week while Donald Parham will be inactive for the second consecutive week.
The Chargers will be without top wideouts Keenan Allen and Joshua Palmer this week against the Broncos.
The Chargers could be down one of their two starting linebackers against the Broncos.
Chargers edge rusher Joey Bosa has a chance to play against the Broncos after recording a limited practice on Wednesday.
The Chargers will once again be without Keenan Allen as they take on the Bills in primetime on Saturday night.
The Chargers’ top wideout missed a second consecutive practice with a heel injury, putting his potential availability in doubt for Saturday’s game against the Bills.
Keenan Allen was absent against the Raiders and could miss his second consecutive game with a heel injury.
Will Clapp was carted off the field with an injury, and the Chargers are now down to Brenden Jaimes at center
Easton Stick will have to take the field without Keenan Allen when the Chargers face the Raiders on Thursday Night Football.
Keenan Allen was also estimated to be a DNP on Monday when the team held a walkthrough.
The Chargers’ seventh round rookie quarterback reunites with Quentin Johnston and Deruis Davis on the active roster
One of Justin Herbert’s top wideouts will return to the field this week just has he’s heading off of it.
Herbert will finish Year 4 of his career with 3,143 passing yards and 20 touchdowns.
If Herbert undergoes surgery, it’s likely his 2023 season will be done.
Wideout Josh Palmer hasn’t played in well over a month and he won’t suit up against the Broncos on Sunday.
Khalil Mack and Keenan Allen returned from veteran rest days on Thursday.
Both Khalil Mack and Keenan Allen earned much-needed rest days as veterans who are doing a lot of heavy lifting this season for the Chargers.
Staley gave a less-than-optimistic outlook on Corey Linsley’s return
Palmer has been on IR since sustaining a knee injury against the Bears in Week Seven.
The Chargers will be without starting tight end Gerald Everett against the Bears on Sunday Night Football.
The Chargers’ secondary could get some much-needed reinforcements with the return of safety Alohi Gilman against the the Bears.
The Chargers got reinforcements for the wide receiver room with the return of Jalen Guyton who was a full-participant on Thursday.
After recording a career-high 133 receiving yards, Joshua Palmer was a non-participant to begin Bears prep.
The Chargers’ tight end has been listed as questionable to return with a quad injury and is now on the sideline without his helmet.
The Chargers’ do-it-all safety in Derwin James is questionable entering Sunday.
You can’t find much extra space on Thursday’s injury report for the Chargers.
The Chargers can’t catch a break at a position being ravaged by injuries.
Hawkins comes to the Chargers from the Falcons practice squad.
The Chargers’ starting defensive lineman went down with a knee injury following a run stop on the Cowboys opening play but has since returned to the field.
Austin Ekeler, Joshua Palmer, Joey Bosa, and Derwin James will all be available against the Cowboys on Monday Night Football.