Los Angeles Chargers’ Joey Bosa on COVID-19 list, ruled out for Sunday

Los Angeles Chargers outdoors linebacker Joey Bosa was amid many players put on the reserve/COVID-19 listing Monday, and coach Brandon Staley claimed he will skip Sunday’s game versus the Houston Texans.

Defensive back again Kemon Hall also will skip Sunday’s game soon after heading on the COVID listing, Staley claimed.

Other players heading on the team’s COVID listing incorporate top rusher Austin Ekeler and setting up middle Corey Linsley. Staley explained equally players’ statuses as “day-to-day.”

A overall of forty seven players were positioned on the COVID-19 listing Monday, all as a outcome of a beneficial examination. That is the most the NFL has had in a one day.

This is the 2nd time Bosa, who is unvaccinated, has been positioned on the COVID listing. He had formerly been positioned on the listing as a large-chance close call and failed to skip any video games. He prospects the Chargers with 9.five sacks this time.

Ekeler prospects the Chargers with 789 hurrying yards and has 17 overall touchdowns (10 hurrying, seven obtaining).

The Chargers positioned setting up remaining deal with Rashawn Slater on the COVID listing previous 7 days and he skipped the team’s loss to the Kansas City Chiefs previous Thursday.