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  • Chargers' Isaiah Spiller: Inactive for Week 2

    Spiller is inactive for Thursday night's game against Kansas City. With Spiller the odd man out for now, the Chargers' Week 2 backfield is slated to be led by Austin Ekeler, with Joshua Kelley and Sony Michel on hand to handle complementary work versus the Chiefs.
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  • Chargers' Isaiah Spiller: Healthy scratch to start career

    Spiller (coach's decision) is inactive for Sunday's Week 1 matchup against the Raiders, Jeff Miller of the Los Angeles Times reports. The rookie overcame a preseason ankle injury by returning to practice as a full participant this past week, but the Chargers will still have Spiller in street clothes for the season-opening divisional clash. Recent veteran addition Sony Michel will serve as the No. 3 running back behind the top backfield duo of Austin Ekeler and Joshua Kelley against Las Vegas.
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  • Chargers' Isaiah Spiller: Returns from ankle sprain

    Spiller (ankle) returned to practice Tuesday, Daniel Popper of The Athletic reports. The rookie was out for less than two weeks after spraining his ankle in the Chargers' second preseason game. He may be only third or fourth on the depth chart to start the year, but it at least appears he'll be available if the Chargers need him, which could be fairly soon given that the other guys (Joshua Kelley, Larry Rountree) jostling for backup roles behind Austin Ekeler were unimpressive last year.
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  • Chargers' Isaiah Spiller: Suffers ankle injury

    Spiller suffered an ankle injury in Saturday's preseason game against the Cowboys and is questionable to return. Spiller was the third back to earn a carry for the Chargers, behind both Joshua Kelley and Larry Rountree. Spiller also was ineffective with the opportunity given, tallying only three rushes for three yards prior to his exit. It's unclear how long the issue may sideline him, but it appears as if he has plenty of work to do to make an impact in the offense.
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  • Chargers' Isaiah Spiller: Working with backups

    Spiller has primarily worked with the second- and third-team offenses at training camp, but Daniel Popper of The Athletic notes that the rookie's "physicality is starting to pop" now that the Chargers have started padded practices. The rookie fourth-round pick will need more than brute strength and determination to earn a role, but those traits certainly help when competing for part-time work behind a smaller, versatile back like Chargers starter Austin Ekeler. While previous draft picks Joshua Kelley (2020 fourth-round choice) and Larry Rountree (2021 sixth-round choice) failed to take advantage of similar opportunities the past two years, Spiller still has time to make an impression this summer. If he fails to do so, the Chargers could go with Rountree or Kelley off the bench or else could use an unpredictable rotation the way they did for much of last season.
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  • Chargers' Isaiah Spiller: Showcasing receiving chops in camp

    Spiller has impressed as a pass-catcher in training camp, Daniel Popper of The Athletic reports. Popper also notes that Spiller has spent some time on the third-team offense early on, but the rookie out of Texas A&M is still in the running to overtake Joshua Kelley and Larry Rountree in the competition for the No. 2 spot on the Chargers' running back depth chart. In addition to making an impact in the passing game, Spiller also had the most impressive run out of the three at Wednesday's practice, so he seems to be emerging as the early leader to slot in behind Austin Ekeler on the depth chart.
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  • Chargers' Isaiah Spiller: Excellent landing spot with LA

    The Chargers selected Spiller (groin) in the fourth round of the 2022 NFL Draft, 123rd overall. The Chargers didn't have many needs entering the 2022 NFL Draft, but the selection of Spiller shores up an obvious weak spot on the roster. The Texas A&M product was billed as a possible second-round selection after back-to-back 1,000-yard seasons, but after straining his adductor prior to the combine and subsequently running a 4.63 40-yard dash at his pro day, it became clear Spiller was not a high-round back that some projected. That being said, the junior plays much faster on tape, particularly once getting into the open field, and he's a plus receiver even for his size (6-foot, 217 pounds). Los Angeles desperately needed a second back to take some workload off Austin Ekeler, and it's entirely possible Spiller might already be a better backup than lackluster incumbents Joshua Kelley and Larry Rountree. Kelley, Rountree and Justin Jackson combined for 137 carries and 28 targets last season as part of the jumbled timeshare behind Ekeler. Expect Spiller to immediately assume most of those opportunities with the possibility for additional workload should the Chargers make good on their promise to limit Ekeler's exposure somewhat in 2022.
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