Los Angeles Chargers vs. Denver Broncos Week 6 Injury Report: Friday

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The Chargers look to be trending upward as it pertains to the health of their team ahead of Week 6.

COSTA MESA – After holding a walk-through on Thursday, the Chargers returned to the field for a standard day of practice on Friday.

Wide receiver Keenan Allen (hamstring) went through individual drills during the beginning of practice. He moved to the side and worked with trainers, running sprints at three-quarters speed.

Kicker Dustin Hopkins (quad) was considered a limited participant for the second consecutive day.

Right tackle Trey Pipkins (knee) is wearing a brace, but did partake in practice to some capacity after just working off to the side to start the week. Pipkins has an MCL injury but is not expected to miss any practice.

Chargers injury report


  • WR Keenan Allen (hamstring)
  • K Dustin Hopkins (quad)
  • T Trey Pipkins (knee)


  • QB Justin Herbert (ribs)
  • G Zion Johnson (ankle)
  • WR Joshua Palmer (ankle/knee)
  • LB Kyle Van Noy (back)

Broncos injury report

Did not participate:

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  • ILB Josey Jewell (knee)
  • G Dalton Risner (back)


  • OLB Jonathan Cooper (hamstring)
  • RB Melvin Gordon (neck/ribs)
  • CB Damarri Mathis (knee)
  • G/C Quinn Meinerz (hamstring)
  • TE Eric Saubert (thigh)
  • S Caden Sterns (hip)
  • OL Billy Turner (knee)
  • CB K’Wuan Williams (wrist)


  • RB Mike Boone (foot)
  • CB Darius Phillips (hamstring)
  • DL Mike Purcell (ankle)
  • OLB Baron Browning (wrist)
  • S P.J. Locke (concussion)
  • OLB Aaron Patrick (concussion)
  • RB Latavius Murray (wrist)
  • QB Russell Wilson (shoulder)

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