Chargers may not have receiver Keenan Allen again in spite of everything

The Chargers doubtless will likely be with out vast receiver Keenan Allen on Sunday once they play at Atlanta.

The five-time Professional Bowl participant didn’t apply Wednesday after tweaking his ailing hamstring whereas rehabbing throughout the workforce’s week off.

“I don’t think it was a re-strain or anything,” Allen stated. “Just some more scar tissue that’s trying to break off. Whenever it’s ready to heal … just gotta let it do its own thing.”

Allen was injured within the second quarter of the Chargers’ season opener. He missed the subsequent 5 video games earlier than coming again in opposition to Seattle in Week 7.

After taking part in within the first half, Allen didn’t return. He and coach Brandon Staley stated Allen remained on the sideline as a precaution and didn’t endure a setback in opposition to the Seahawks.

Allen admitted Wednesday that he wasn’t 100% for that recreation however stated he “definitely felt able to play.”

Now, there isn’t any certainty about when Allen may return.

“Not at this point,” he stated. “Keep working through it and hope it starts getting better.”

Allen did say he received’t come again till he feels fully healed.

“I definitely don’t want to do the halfway thing again,” he stated. “Just want to come back 100%, [where I’m] not worried about it.”

His absence comes because the Chargers are coping with vital accidents all through their roster and significantly at vast receiver.

Mike Williams is predicted to overlook a minimum of 4 weeks after struggling a high-ankle sprain in opposition to the Seahawks.

Joshua Palmer missed the Seattle recreation as a result of he was in concussion protocol. Staley confirmed Wednesday that Palmer has been cleared however stated it was too early to learn about his availability for Sunday.