Nasir Adderley

#24 DB / L.A. Chargers / EXP: 4YRS Height: 6-0 Weight: 206 lb Age: 25 College: Delaware Bye 8

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    Chargers' Nasir Adderley: Emerges as quality safety

    Nasir Adderley finished the 2021 season with 99 tackles (69 solo), five passes defended, one forced fumble and a half of a sack.Adderley was forced into the starting free safety role last season after another season-ending injury to Derwin James, but it was clear early in the 2021 campaign the extra playing time gave the third-year safety a new sort of confidence in his role this time alongside the aforementioned Pro Bowl safety. There was still plenty of coverage errors attributed to Adderley, and the third-year safety will never be known as a hard hitter, but the 2019 second-round pick certainly doesn't appear to be a negative player at this juncture of his career. Expect more growth and another season playing alongside James to possibly boost his value in IDP formats.

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    Chargers' Nasir Adderley: Moves off COVID-19 list

    Nasir Adderley was activated off the reserve/COVID-19 list Saturday and will be eligible to play Sunday against the Broncos.The new rules outlined by the NFL and the NFL Players Association couldn't have come at a better time for the unvaccinated Adderley, who is now eligible to play after five days in isolation. The second-year safety is in the midst of a breakout season with career highs already in tackles and pass breakups.

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    Chargers' Nasir Adderley: Could play Week 17 after all

    Nasir Adderley (illness), who was placed on the reserve/COVID-19 list Monday, will be eligible to play Sunday against the Broncos if he's asymptomatic or showing improvement in his recovery from the virus at the conclusion of a five-day quarantine, Tom Pelissero of NFL Network reports.As an unvaccinated player who tested positive for the virus, Adderley was expected to face a 10-day quarantine, but that timeline was cut in half Tuesday, when the NFL and NFL Players Association reached an agreement to set isolation time at five days for all players who test positive for COVID-19, regardless of vaccination status. Though Adderley looks like he'll still remain away from the Los Angeles Chargers through at least Friday, he should be ready to go Sunday so long as his symptoms have resolved while he's in isolation. The third-year safety has recorded 81 tackles, five pass breakups, a fumble recovery and a half sack through 13 games this season.

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    Chargers' Nasir Adderley: Out Week 17

    Nasir Adderley (illness) was placed on the reserve/COVID-19 list Monday and won't play Sunday against the Broncos, Daniel Popper of The Athletic reports.The implication of being ruled out straightaway is that Adderley is unvaccinated and tested positive for the virus, which triggers a 10-day quarantine. The Los Angeles Chargers now have six members of the secondary on the COVID list, potentially leaving the unit shorthanded for Week 17.

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    Chargers' Nasir Adderley: Half sack in win

    Nasir Adderley tallied seven tackles (two solo) along with half of a sack in Sunday's 41-22 win over Cincinnati.With another solid game, Adderley has now recorded seven-plus tackles in five of his last six games. The young safety was able to record his first partial sack of the year and the first of his career.

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    Chargers' Nasir Adderley: Full practice Thursday

    Nasir Adderley (ankle) was a full participant at practice Thursday.The safety was able to log a full practice Thursday after opening the week with a limited practice Wednesday, setting him up to be active against the Steelers in Week 11. Adderley missed Week 10 versus the Vikings but appears set to reclaim his role as the starting free safety Sunday.

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    Chargers' Nasir Adderley: Inactive Sunday

    Nasir Adderley (ankle) will not play Sunday against the Vikings.Adderley was able to get in a limited practice Friday, but ultimately he will be unable to go Sunday. With the Los Angeles Chargers secondary dealing with multiple injuries, this is a big blow to the defense. Alohi Gilman and Trey Marshall will now see increased opportunity.

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    Chargers' Nasir Adderley: Considered questionable

    Nasir Adderley (ankle) is listed as questionable ahead of Sunday's game against the Vikings.Adderley practiced in limited fashion Friday after being a non-participant for two straight days prior. Jeff Miller of the Los Angeles Times reports that his possible availability is currently "50/50," which means he will be a game-time decision.

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    Chargers' Nasir Adderley: Notches seven tackles Sunday

    Nasir Adderley produced seven tackles (five solo), one pass deflection and one fumble recovery during Sunday's 27-24 loss to the Patriots.After a three-tackle performance during the season opener, Adderley has recorded 39 tackles over his last five contests. The 24-year-old will likely remain a solid IDP option in deeper leagues due to his tackling production, but his potential is limited, as his fumble recovery in Week 8 is his only turnover of the season.

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    Chargers' Nasir Adderley: Full participant Wednesday

    Nasir Adderley (hip) was listed as a full participant for the Los Angeles Chargers' practice Wednesday.Adderley was unable to play for the Chargers in Week 6 against the Ravens after he suffered a hip injury in practice. The safety has reportedly gotten closer to being able to return coming out of the team's Week 7 bye. Expect Adderley to be able to suit up for Week 8 against the Patriots, barring any setbacks.

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