The Chargers just announced their injury report for this Sunday against the Carolina Panthers.
Demorrio Williams (ankle) is out.
Ronnie Brown (hamstring), Donald Butler (groin), Jeromey Clary (knee) and Tyronne Green (hamstring) are doubtful.
Eddie Royal (hamstring) is questionable.
Mike Harris (ankle) and Kendall Reyes (quad) are probable.
Williams, Brown and Reyes suffered their injuries last Sunday in Pittsburgh while Butler, Clary, Green, Royal and Harris have already missed games due to their ailments.
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The Chargers just announced their injury report for this Sunday’s game against the Pittsburgh Steelers.
Donald Butler (groin), Jeromey Clary (knee) and Eddie Royal (hamstring) are out.
Tyronne Green (hamstring) is doubtful.
Mike Harris (ankle) is questionable.
Jarret Johnson (back), Corey Lynch (quad), Dante Rosario (hamstring) and Darrell Stuckey (hamstring) are all probable.
Butler injured his groin midway through the Week 12 game against the Baltimore Ravens and has not returned since. Clary left during the first series last week against the Bengals while Royal injured his hamstring three weeks ago in Denver.
Both Green and Harris suffered their injuries midway through last week’s game while Jarret Johnson, Dante Rosario and Darrell Stuckey all missed the match.
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The Chargers just announced their injury report for this Sunday’s match against the Cincinnati Bengals.
Donald Butler (groin), Eddie Royal (hamstring) and Darrell Stuckey (hamstring) are all out.
Dante Rosario (hamstring) is doubtful.
Jarret Johnson (back) is questionable.
Antwan Barnes (hamstring), Jeromey Clary (thigh), Larry English (calf), Tyronne Green (hamstring), Mike Scifres (rt. Ankle), and Eric Weddle (Concussion) are all probable.
Butler injured his groin in the first half against the Baltimore Ravens last Sunday. He tried to come back and played the first snap of the third quarter, but he immediately went down and did not return. Stuckey also injured his hamstring in the first half of the game as well.
Johnson hurt his back midway through Thursday’s practice. His status is 50/50.
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ESPN named it’s All AFC West Midseason team today, and seven Chargers made it.
DE – Corey Liuget
LB – Donald Butler
S – Eric Weddle
G – Louis Vasquez
C – Nick Hardwick
P – Mike Scifres
ST –Darrell Stuckey
Do you agree with the above selections? Is there someone missing from the list you would have added? Let us know in the comments below.
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Following a monster game against the Kansas City Chiefs, Donald Butler was named the AFC Defensive Player of the Week. In the game, the third-year pro notched six tackles, half a sack, had one pass defensed, and, perhaps most impressively, had an interception returned 21-yards for a touchdown.
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• Almost all of the 255 NFL rookies attended. Among those absent was Chad Jones, the New York Giants safety involved in a serious car accident last week.
• Asked what would happen if Cam Thomas launched himself into the space bounce with a hive of kids, Ryan Mathews broke a string of monotonous questions with this diddy: “He’ll pop that thing if he goes in there. I’ll probably be in there with him. If he ends up in there, he’ll probably squash a few kids or something like that, but it’s all fun and games.”
• Darrell Stuckey wasn’t star-struck, per se, by NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell. But Goodell did gain his respect: “As important as (off-field behavior) is to our organization and the branding of the NFL, it’s one of those things to where we have to realize that, yeah, he’s the man. He’s the one that runs the show. And for him to take time out to come out here and let us know how important it is to him means a lot to us.”
As an aside, Stuckey already is one of the more polished interviews on the team.
• Thomas had an interesting take on the collective fate of the rookies: “Somebody’s going to have a Hall of Fame type life. Some people are going to be wealthy. Some people aren’t going to make it past training camp. They’ll probably play one preseason game. That’s just reality.”
• Monday’s media availability was part of the NFL’s Play 60 campaign to promote active lifestyles. There were a few dozen kids from Camp Pendleton that participated in a fun lunchtime play session outside with all of the rookies. The Chargers actively sought kids to engage. Jonathan Crompton played quarterback with a few. Stuckey and Donald Butler also were quick to find some young friends.
We are officially four weeks from the first rookies-only practice at training camp.
Stay true and keep pounding,
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