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  • Chargers' Otito Ogbonnia: Looking good to go Saturday

    Ogbonnia (knee) was not listed on the Chargers' injury report Tuesday. Ogbonnia has sat out of the Chargers' last two games due to a nagging knee injury, but it looks like he will play in Week 16. In five games so far this season, he has compiled 11 tackles (five solo).
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  • Chargers' Otito Ogbonnia: Inactive Thursday

    Ogbonnia (knee) is inactive for Thursday night's game against the Raiders. The depth defensive end was estimated as a full participant in the team's walkthrough Wednesday. Ogbonnia also missed the Chargers' Week 14 loss to the Broncos. The second-year pro has 11 tackles in five games this season.
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  • Chargers' Otito Ogbonnia: Questionable versus Las Vegas

    Ogbonnia (knee) is listed as questionable for Thursday's game against the Raiders. Ogbonnia was estimated as a full participant in Wednesday's walkthrough. He's played five games this season and has registered 11 tackles (five solo).
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  • Chargers' Otito Ogbonnia: Won't play Sunday

    Ogbonnia (knee) has been ruled inactive ahead of Sunday's game against the Broncos. Ogbonnia spent the first eight weeks of the season sidelined on the reserve/PUP list while recovering from a ruptured left patellar tendon, which he suffered late in the 2022 camapign. The second-year defensive tackle logged 11 tackles while playing a rotational role over the last five weeks. Ogbonnia's next chance to play will come Thursday night against the Raiders.
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  • Chargers' Otito Ogbonnia: Activated from reserve/PUP list

    Ogbonnia (kneecap) was activated from the reserve/PUP list by the Chargers on Sunday ahead of their Monday night matchup with the Jets. Ogbonnia is still listed as questionable for Monday night. The Chargers opened the defensive end's 21-day activation window Oct. 19. The second-year player ruptured his left patellar tendon in 2022 after playing in seven games and recording 14 tackles.
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  • Chargers' Otito Ogbonnia: Remains on PUP list

    The Chargers shifted Ogbonnia (kneecap) to the reserve/PUP list Tuesday. Ogbonnia opened training camp on the active/PUP list after he missed the final 11 games of last season with a ruptured left patellar tendon. It appears the 23-year-old is still recovering from this issue, and he will now have to sit out at least the first four games of the 2023 campaign. In the meantime, Chris Hinton and Jerrod Clark should fill in behind starting defensive end Sebastian Joseph-Day.
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  • Chargers' Otito Ogbonnia: Begins camp on PUP

    Ogbonnia (kneecap) will begin Chargers camp on the active/PUP list. The 2022 fifth-round pick out of UCLA missed the Chargers' final 11 games last year after suffering a kneecap injury during Week 7. Ogbonnia appeared in seven games for Los Angeles before the injury, racking up 14 tackles and one tackle for loss. There is still no timetable for his return.
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  • Chargers' Otito Ogbonnia: Moved to IR

    The Chargers placed Ogbonnia (kneecap) on injured reserve Wednesday. Ogbonnia was officially placed on IR after exiting Sunday's loss to the 49ers with a ruptured left patellar tendon, which will leave him sidelined for the remainder of the season. While the rookie defensive tackle primarily played a reserve role over seven games this season, his injury comes at the worst possible time, as veteran defensive lineman Christian Covington (pectoral) is also set to miss at least the next four weeks while on IR. As a result, the Chargers signed Tyeler Davison off the Browns' practice squad Wednesday to help provide depth behind likely starting nose tackle Breiden Fehoko moving forward.
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  • Chargers' Otito Ogbonnia: Questionable to return

    Ogbonnia is questionable to return to Sunday's game against the 49ers due to a left knee injury. Ogbonnia went down in the first quarter of Sunday's matchup and was unable to put much weight on his left leg as he was helped off the field. He was later carted to the locker room, and it's not yet clear whether he'll be able to return to the game. If he's unavailable down the stretch, Sebastian Joseph-Day and Jeremiah Attaochu should see increased playing time.
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