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Joseph-Day (quadriceps) will practice Thursday, Daniel Popper of The Athletic reports. Joseph-Day had been sidelined since at least Sunday with the injury. Now healthy, he'll be able to get back to preparing for a 2023 campaign during which the Rutgers product should remain an important part of the team's defensive line.... See More ... See Less
Chargers' Sebastian Joseph-Day: Managing quadriceps issueJoseph-Day didn't participate in Sunday's scrimmage due to a quadriceps injury, Jeff Miller of the Los Angeles Times reports. Joseph-Day wasn't practicing for a second consecutive day, and the Chargers said Saturday that he'll miss time due to his injury, per Daniel Popper of The Athletic. It's unclear whether Joseph-Day's injury will impact his regular-season availability, but Otto Ogbonnia (kneecap), Scott Matlock, Carlo Kemp and Chris Hinton are candidates to step up if he's sidelined.... See More ... See Less
Chargers' Sebastian Joseph-Day: May play SundayJoseph-Day (knee) is day-to-day going into Week 14 against the Dolphins, according to head coach Brandon Staley, Lindsey Thiry of ESPN.com reports. Joseph-Day was diagnosed with a MCL sprain Monday, but it appears he may still have a chance of playing Sunday against the Dolphins. However, if he is unable to go, Tyeler Davison and Joe Gaziano would likely be candidates for increased opportunities.... See More ... See Less
Chargers' Sebastian Joseph-Day: Managing knee injuryJoseph-Day sustained a right knee injury during Sunday's loss to the Raiders, Jeff Miller of the Los Angeles Times reports. Joseph-Day tallied five tackles (one solo) to begin Sunday's game but went down in the fourth quarter and went right to the medical tent. Whether he'll be available next Sunday against Miami remains to be seen.... See More ... See Less
Chargers' Sebastian Joseph-Day: Playing SundayJoseph-Day (ankle) is active Sunday against the Seahawks. Joseph-Day was limited in practice all week, but he's feeling good enough to go Sunday. He should continue to be a primary piece of the Chargers' defensive-line rotation against Seattle.... See More ... See Less
Chargers' Sebastian Joseph-Day: Tallies two tackles for loss SundayJoseph-Day recorded seven tackles (four solo), including two stops for a loss in Sunday's 38-10 loss to the Jaguars. Joseph-Day had a solid outing Sunday against Jacksonville, but it wasn't enough to keep the Jaguars from putting up 38 points on the board. The 310-pound defensive tackle played 64 percent of the team's defensive snaps in Week 3, and he'll look to continue his strong efforts Sunday against the Texans.... See More ... See Less
Rams' Sebastian Joseph-Day: Activated from injured reserveJoseph-Day (pectoral) was activated from injured reserve Friday, Field Yates of ESPN reports. Josephy-Day has been sidelined since undergoing pectoral surgery in early November. He returned to practice Jan. 21 and was activated on the final day before the 21-day window closed. He totaled 38 tackles and three sacks in seven games before going down with the injury, but it's unclear he'll play a major role during the Super Bowl.... See More ... See Less
Rams' Sebastian Joseph-Day: Moves back to IRJoseph-Day (pectoral) was moved back to IR from the reserve/COVID-19 list Wednesday. Joseph-Day's move back to IR will allow him to return to rehabbing his pectoral injury at the Rams' facilities. Still not officially out for the season, Joseph-Day will try to return before the season comes to a close.... See More ... See Less
Rams' Sebastian Joseph-Day: Placed on injured reserveJoseph-Day (pectoral) was placed on injured reserve Friday, Stu Jackson of the Rams' official site reports. Joseph-Day's move to IR seemed like a formality after it was announced Friday he was in need of surgery to repair his torn pectoral muscle. He has not been ruled out for the season yet, and a timetable for a return won't be known until after the surgery. Greg Gaines will now step into a starting role along the Rams' defensive line.... See More ... See Less
Rams' Sebastian Joseph-Day: Limited this weekJoseph-Day (pectoral) will be limited in practice this week, Jourdan Rodrigue of The Athletic reports. Joseph-Day has been a mainstay on the Rams defensive line since 2019, only missing one game. The blossoming tackle already has as many sacks in 2021 as the last two seasons combined and is well on his way to breaking his season-high total of 55 tackles set last season. He'll try to suit up Week 8 against the Texans.... See More ... See Less
Rams' Sebastian Joseph-Day: Leads team with eight tacklesJoseph-Day totaled eight tackles during Thursday's 26-17 win over the Seahawks. Joseph-Day has registered back-to-back eight-tackle outings and has 30 total tackles on the season. The 26-year-old has played 45-plus defensive snaps in all five games this season and should continue to produce solid numbers.... See More ... See Less
Rams' Sebastian Joseph-Day: Records season-high five tacklesJoseph-Day collected a season-high five tackles and a sack during Sunday's 28-17 loss to Miami. This was Joseph-Day's best showing of the 2020 campaign and his fourth career five-tackle game. He's ceding a few defensive snaps to fellow defensive tackle Greg Gains, as the Rams continue to rotate their defensive linemen. All-Pro Aaron Donald helps create opportunities for his teammates with opponents keying on him, so Joseph-Day will have chances to pad his stat line. However, the nose tackle probably still isn't a weekly fantasy option in most settings.... See More ... See Less
Rams' Sebastian Joseph-Day: Sees season high in snapsJoseph-Day was on the field for 48 plays during Sunday's loss to the Buccaneers and finished with three solo tackles, including a sack. Joseph-Day's snap count in Week 4 was a season high, and his three tackles against Tampa Bay give him five total through four weeks.... See More ... See Less
Daniel Popper@danielrpopper13H agoWednesday injury report for #Chargers and Vikings https://t.co/5nXtnJn0KA
Daniel Popper@danielrpopper2D ago#Chargers have allowed more completions of 30+ yards than any team in the NFL since the start of the 2021 season — 55 in 36 games, according to @TruMediaSports https://t.co/GVSHBv89ia
Chris Hayre@chrishayre3D agoTalking Chargers and Rams losses in Week 2 now on The Morning Wrap w/ @KalynaAstrinos https://t.co/1EMqYxQ2hb @kcalnews https://t.co/32HrXZNYlW
Daniel Popper@danielrpopper3D ago#Chargers snap counts from yesterday https://t.co/BnC5DulZEl
Daniel Popper@danielrpopper3D ago“We know we should be winning these games,” Khalil Mack said. Therein lies the disconnect. With the talent they have, the #Chargers should be winning these games. Until they do that, the Jacksonville loss will not go away. That’s just the truth. https://t.co/GVSHBv7BsC
Tom Krasovic@SDUTKrasovic4D agoTitans 27 Chargers 24 OT. Vrabel is a heck of a coach. Tannehill came up with two big deep balls. Chargers showed a good intermediate passing game. Need more of a downfield threat.
Daniel Popper@danielrpopper4D agoFINAL: Titans 27, #Chargers 24 The Chargers are 0-2 to begin 2023.
Daniel Popper@danielrpopper4D agoThree-and-out for the #Chargers. Ugly possession.
Daniel Popper@danielrpopper4D agoChargers win toss. They will get the ball first in OT.
Daniel Popper@danielrpopper4D agoThat was great design from Kellen Moore on TD to Keenan Allen. #Chargers had been hitting that smoke route/tunnel screen to Mike Williams all day. This was the changeup, as Herbert faked to Williams and Allen slipped wide open down the sideline.