The Chargers activated Harris (foot) from injured reserve Friday, Jeff Miller of the Los Angeles Times reports. Harris gained clearance to return from IR at a time when the Chargers desperately need him. The team has already ruled out Casey Hayward (groin), so Harris' role as a starting cornerback is even more important for the Chargers. Harris has a daunting task ahead, as the Bills rank fifth in the league with 278.9 passing yards per game.
Coach Anthony Lynn said Monday that Harris (foot) could return for Sunday's game against the Bills, Jeff Miller of the Los Angeles Times reports. Harris returned to practice last week, opening the 21-day window to be activated from IR. He'll be monitored closely during the upcoming practice week with hopes that he'll be ready to face the Bills on Sunday. His potential return will be even more important if Casey Hayward (groin) is forced to miss time.
Coach Anthony Lynn relayed Wednesday that Harris (foot) is expected to remain out Sunday against the Jets, but the team has opened the 21-day window for the cornerback to come off IR, Gilbert Manzano of the Orange County Register reports. The team will want to get a closer look at Harris in practice before activating him, but it sounds like he has a real shot at returning to action in Week 12 against the Bills. Harris registered 15 tackles over the season's first three weeks but hasn't played since.
Coach Anthony Lynn said Monday that he doesn't expect Harris (foot) to return for this Sunday's game versus the Dolphins, Gilbert Manzano of The Orange County Register reports. Harris broke a bone in his foot in late September and was handed a 4-to-6 week timeline to return. While it's been six weeks already, Lynn isn't rushing the 31-year-old back. Michael Davis has played nearly every snap since Harris' injury, and he should maintain the starting gig opposite Casey Hayward until Harris returns from IR.
The Chargers placed Harris (foot) on injured reserve Tuesday. Harris has a broken bone in his foot, per Adam Schefter of ESPN. He was already expected to miss four to six weeks, so the move to IR isn't surprising, but it's just another devastating hit to a Chargers' secondary that has already lost S Derwin James (knee) for the rest of the season. Michael Davis likely will start opposite Casey Hayward moving forward, while Desmond King should see an increase in usage.
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