Joey Bosa, a Los Angeles Chargers LB, and Rashawn Slater, a left tackle, both were put on injured list on Wednesday. In the opening frame of 38-ten in Sunday’s defeat to the Jaguars, Bosa tore his groyne.
The defence had a difficult defeat, according to Derwin James Jr. But it’s our responsibility to protect him and keep the peace until he come back.
The 4 Pro Bowl pick Joey Bosa will have operation, but manager Brandon Staley says he should be back this year.
It will take some time, but Staley predicted that the man will return. “He’s upbeat and prepared to take it on. He’s got a great attitude right now. When one have that kind of an accident, nothing is ever simple.”
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The Chargers are 1-2 while they get ready to go to Houston (0-2-1) and Cleveland for back-to-back games (2-1).
2nd-year pro Chris Rumph II and seasoned defender Kyle Van Noy are anticipated to fill in for Joey Bosa. The Bolts would turn to youngster Jamaree Salyer in Slater’s absence. He is prepared to control the tempo, according to Staley of Rumph, who might stand in for Khalil Mack.
Van Noy, who can cover inside or the outside linebacker, was signed in the summer, and Staley also underlined the need of versatility and depth. In order to provide backup, the Bolts also grabbed outside defender Derrek Tuszka off of unclaimed on Tuesday. Joey Bosa has 1.5 sacks this season through 3 games. In his seven seasons, he has as much as fifty-nine point five sacks.
This defeat to the Jaguar, Slater the left tackle also literally ripped his biceps tendon of the left side, necessitating season-ending surgery.
Salyer, the 6th pick, started left tackle during Georgia’s final 2 years, where he contributed to the Bulldogs’ victory in the 2017 college football national championship.