SAN DIEGO — Chargers right guard D.J. Fluker sustained another concussion Sunday in San Diego’s loss to the Kansas City Chiefs.
It was his second concussion in five times, prompting inquiries about how he was cleared so before long to resume engage in after acquiring harm the Wednesday prior to the game.
Fluker has battled through a undesirable ankle and concussions this season, but has played a lot more than most of the Chargers’ lineman, conserve proper tackle Joe Barksdale.
Fluker is in the concussion protocol, mentor Mike McCoy explained.
–The Chargers have one punt-return property, which is thought be a record by means of ten games — for ineptness. Mentor Mike McCoy lower quick his Wednesday press meeting when asked about the lousy return game.
–Vast receiver Malcom Floyd returned to practice. The mere sight of it brought with it a exceptional smile at Chargers Park. Floyd, who is retiring at the end of the yr, harm his shoulder on Nov. 9 towards the Bears. A lot of considered he may not return.
Floyd nevertheless isn’t having make contact with, but it appears as if he is obtaining near.
“I’m anxious to get out there,” he stated.
–Former Chargers mentor Don Coryell was named a finalist in the Professional Football Hall of Fame balloting.
–If the Chargers drop to the Jaguars, it would be San Diego’s seventh consecutive reduction, the team’s worst skid since 2001.
–Wide receiver Malcom Floyd (shoulder) practiced but nonetheless could be out Sunday.
–Defensive tackle Sean Lissemore (concussion) left Sunday’s sport and did not perform Wednesday.
–Defensive tackle Corey Liuget (foot) failed to apply. He could be down this week.
–Basic safety Eric Weddle (groin) failed to perform. He missed two video games before this calendar year with identical injury.
–Restricted stop Antonio Gates (hip) was limited. It is the very first time his knee has not been mentioned when he was on the damage listing.
–Inside of linebacker Manti Te’o (ankle) was minimal. He likely will engage in Sunday.
–Robust protection Jahleel Addae (concussion) still left Sunday’s match but was a total practice participant Wednesday.
–Proper tackle Joe Barksdale, the only Chargers offensive lineman to perform in each match, experienced to exit Sunday with an hip harm.
–Remaining deal with King Dunlap (ankle) was pressured to depart Sunday’s sport. Dunlap has been bothered by his ankle for most of the 12 months.