Chargers Injury Report: Monday Night Football vs. Dallas

As the Los Angeles Chargers gear up for a primetime showdown against the Dallas Cowboys on Monday Night Football, there are a few notable names on the Chargers injury report.

Chargers Injury Report: Monday Night Football vs. Dallas

Players Expected To Play:

Joey Bosa, LB (Toe): After nursing a toe injury, Bosa is officially listed as questionable. However, according to Tom Pelissero of NFL Network, the star linebacker is expected to make his presence felt against Dallas.

Joshua Palmer, WR (Groin): Despite being officially tagged as questionable due to a groin issue, Palmer is projected to suit up and take the field, as per sources.

Donald Parham Jr., TE (Wrist): Parham’s wrist injury had some fans concerned, but he’s listed as questionable, and there’s optimism about him playing.

Players Doubtful Or Out:

Deane Leonard, CB: Leonard is not given a specific status but could be a game-time decision.

Alohi Gilman, S (Heel): With a heel injury, Gilman is currently marked as doubtful for the Monday night clash.

JT Woods, S (Illness): Suffering from a medical condition, Woods won’t be joining the defense against the Cowboys.

Corey Linsley, C: The team has placed Linsley on the reserve/non-football illness list, keeping him sidelined for the matchup.

Mike Williams, WR (Knee) & Amechi Uzodinma, CB: Both players have been shifted to the injured reserve, ruling them out of action for some time.

Otito Ogbonnia, DT (Kneecap) & Jalen Guyton, WR (Knee): These players have been moved to the reserve/PUP list, confirming their absence.

Andrew Trainer, OT: Trainer’s undisclosed injury has seen him revert to the injured reserve.

Bright Spot – Ekeler Cleared for Action!

In some good news for the Chargers’ offensive unit, star running back Austin Ekeler has been given the green light. He is all set to electrify the stadium as he is confirmed to be in action for this week’s crucial matchup. Fans and teammates alike will be looking forward to his dynamic playmaking ability, especially under the lights of Monday Night Football.