Keenan Allen of the Chargers leaves practise with a trainer due to a severe hamstring injury.

keenan allen
keenan allen

Keenan Allen, a talented wide receiver for the Los Angeles Chargers, was ready to make his two-game absence from the team this week, but he might have experienced a setback.

According to Jeff Miller of the Los Angeles Times, Allen and a trainer left practise early on Thursday. His hamstring has been hurt for the past 30 years.

In Week 1’s victory over the Las Vegas Raiders for Los Angeles, Allen sustained the injury. He finished the game with four catches for 66 yards.

The Chargers have lost their last two games while Allen has been out. In a 38-10 loss to the Jacksonville Jaguars this past Sunday, the team’s offence in particular struggled. Justin Herbert, the quarterback for the Los Angeles Rams, completed 25 of 45 passes for 297 yards, one touchdown, and one interception.

Keenan Allen has recently maintained his health, appearing in 16 games in four of the previous five seasons. He has been chosen for the Pro Bowl five times and is the Chargers’ most dependable target in the passing game. A Los Angeles club that is already suffering from injuries will suffer if Allen is out for longer.

Herbert is performing despite broken rib cartilage. After sustaining a groyne rupture against the Jaguars, star edge rusher Joey Bosa was put on injured reserve on Wednesday. The injury requires surgery. Rashawn Slater, an offensive tackle in the Pro Bowl, tore his biceps and will probably miss the rest of the season. After missing the game against Jacksonville, cornerback J.C. Jackson (ankle) and centre Corey Linsley (knee) are regarded as questionable.

When the Chargers play the Houston Texans on Sunday, they will be aiming to get back on track.


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