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LA Chargers: 4 players who made the most with limited chances in 2020

These LA Chargers players made the most with limited opportunities in 2020. The LA Chargers have some of the most talented players in the league. Justin Herbert, Keenan Allen, Austin Ekeler, Hunter Henry, Joey Bosa and Derwin James are all among the best in the league at their respective positions. Most fans focus on the […] LA Chargers: 4 players who made the most with limited chances in 2020 - Bolt Beat - Bolt Beat - LA Chargers News and Fan Community
Bolts From The Blue Jan 13, 2021
Justin Herbert and Keenan Allen’s gear make it into Pro Football Hall of Fame

Justin Herbert and Keenan Allen’s gear make it into Pro Football Hall of Fame

Photo by Chris Unger/ Both players have already set their share of NFL records. As of Monday morning, the Pro Football Hall of Fame announced that the jerseys — among other gear — of both quarterback Justin Herbert and wide receiver Keenan Allen have been placed in Canton in accordance with both players setting NFL records during the 2020 NFL season. For Herbert, the list of records goes on and on. To name a few of the more prominent marks, Herbert set the rookie record for completions (396), passing touchdowns (31), total touchdowns (36), and games with 300+ yards...
Arrowhead Pride Dec 31, 2020
Chiefs vs. Chargers Thursday injury report: Keenan Allen added to reserve/COVID list, ruled out

Chiefs vs. Chargers Thursday injury report: Keenan Allen added to reserve/COVID list, ruled out

Mark J. Rebilas-USA TODAY Sports Kansas City plays Los Angeles on Sunday at 3:25 p.m. Arrowhead Time. Each practice day of the season, the Kansas City Chiefs release an official injury report leading up to the next game. The Chiefs host the Los Angeles Chargers on Sunday at 3:25 p.m. Arrowhead Time. Here is the Chiefs’ first official injury report of the week: Chiefs Chargers Some notes Six Chiefs were out for the second day in a row — running back Le’Veon Bell (knee), wide receiver Tyreek Hill (hamstring), right tackle Mike Remmers...
Bolts From The Blue Dec 31, 2020
Chargers place Keenan Allen on reserve/COVID-19 list

Chargers place Keenan Allen on reserve/COVID-19 list

Mark J. Rebilas-USA TODAY Sports The Slayer is done in 2020. It looks like Keenan Allen’s streak of consecutive 1,000-yard receiving seasons will come to an end on the same exact day that 2020 is calling it quits. On Thursday afternoon, the Chargers announced that Allen is being placed on the reserve/COVID-19 list, which will end his season. He was a long shot to play this weekend anyway due to a nagging hamstring injury, according to Anthony Lynn. Allen will finish his eighth NFL season just eight yards short of 1,000 yards with 992. He’ll also have to settle with...
Bolts From The Blue Dec 30, 2020
Bosa, Allen among players likely to sit out against Chiefs

Bosa, Allen among players likely to sit out against Chiefs

Mark J. Rebilas-USA TODAY Sports The Bolts may once again be without several top players against Kansas City. Anthony Lynn spoke with the media on Wednesday morning and he unfortunately brought out some unfortunate news regarding the health of some of the Chargers’ best players. First and foremost, it’s highly-likely that neither Joey Bosa (concussion) and Keenan Allen (hamstring) will be available for Sunday. This was Bosa’s second concussion of the season and he already missed two games following his first. It would almost be dangerous to expect him to return...
Bolts From The Blue Dec 29, 2020
Chargers Week 16 snap counts

Chargers Week 16 snap counts

Photo by AAron Ontiveroz/MediaNews Group/The Denver Post via Donald Parham played a career-high in snaps in place of Hunter Henry. The Chargers managed to pull out another close game despite not having a number of their key contributors. Joey Bosa was out with a concussion and Keenan Allen missed the game with a hamstring injury he’s been dealing with for the past two weeks. The team also lost Bryan Bulaga and Rayshawn Jenkins early in Sunday’s contest, so things definitely went downhill soon after kickoff. However, younger players were once again called upon to...
Bolts From The Blue Dec 27, 2020
Chargers Week 16 Inactives: Bosa, Allen OUT against Broncos

Chargers Week 16 Inactives: Bosa, Allen OUT against Broncos

Photo by Chris Unger/ The Bolts will be without leaders on both sides of the ball today. After being reported as a game-time decision by Adam Schefter earlier this week, it’s now official that wide receiver Keenan Allen will be inactive against the Broncos as he continues to rehab a lower-body injury that kept him on a limited snap count against the Raiders last week. The Chargers will also be without their leader on defense as defensive end Joey Bosa will miss Week 16 with his second concussion of the season. This leaves the Bolts with a thin defensive line as pass...
Bolts From The Blue Dec 23, 2020
Chargers Week 15 Surge or Static: UDFAs lead the way over Raiders

Chargers Week 15 Surge or Static: UDFAs lead the way over Raiders

Mark J. Rebilas-USA TODAY Sports It was awesome to see the young guys step up the way they did. The Bolts made it two wins in a row with their 30-27 overtime victory over the Raiders this past Thursday night. They’ve now tied their win total from a year ago with two games remaining against the Broncos and Chiefs. Against Las Vegas, with top wideouts Keenan Allen and Mike Williams, a number of young players, including a pair of undrafted free agents, really showed up and helped the Chargers exorcise some demons in the AFC West. Not only was this performance a positive...
Bolts From The Blue Dec 22, 2020
Chargers Christmas List: Keenan Allen

Chargers Christmas List: Keenan Allen

Robert Hanashiro-USA TODAY Sports What do you get the man who receive all the targets he could already want? More. Christmas is this week and it’s a good time to tell you all that I am a FIEND for the holiday season. I eat up everything about it. The lights. The music. The BAKED GOODS! I can’t get enough of it. So understandably, I wanted to put a little holiday spirit into some posts this week and I thought it’d be a sweet idea to make a couple “Christmas lists” for various players on the Chargers. These lists will include a handful of things they’ll hope...
Bolts From The Blue Dec 18, 2020
Chargers Week 15 snap counts

Chargers Week 15 snap counts

Kirby Lee-USA TODAY Sports A lot of younger guys stepped up in the team’s latest victory. Thursday’s win over the Raiders featured a ton of young and inexperienced players — mainly on the offensive side of the ball — stepping up established veterans who have been a bit banged up as of late. Two of those notable players were wide receivers Jalen Guyton and Tyron Johnson. The two second-year players combined for 152 yards and a score in place of Keenan Allen and Mike Williams who were both hampered coming into Thursday night. Isaac Rochell and Nwosu also played...
Bolts From The Blue Dec 17, 2020
Chargers Week 15 Inactives: Adderley, Jackson out against Raiders

Chargers Week 15 Inactives: Adderley, Jackson out against Raiders

Gary A. Vasquez-USA TODAY Sports The Bolts will have their top wideouts against Las Vegas. The Chargers released their inactives for tonight’s matchup with the Raiders and there’s a few notables names among the list. First, Justin Jackson is the odd man out this week after rookie Joshua Kelley was a healthy scratch against the Falcons. Also, it looks like Troymaine Pope is active, as well. With Keenan Allen and Mike Williams officially active for tonight, Joe Reed is once again a healthy scratch. Nasir Adderley and Denzel Perryman came into the game with a doubtful...
Silver And Black Pride Dec 17, 2020
Keenan Allen, Mike Williams active against Raiders

Keenan Allen, Mike Williams active against Raiders

Keenan Allen | KeePhoto by Harry How/ Both Chargers were game-time decisions After working out prior to the game, both Los Angeles Chargers wide receivers Keenan Allen and Mike Williams it has been determined will be active for Thursday’s game against the Las Vegas Raiders. It had been reported that Williams wouldn’t play and Allen would be limited. Now, both will, at least, play some against the Raiders. Photo by Lachlan Cunningham/ Keisean Nixon Raiders’ backup cornerback Nevin Lawson is inactive. He was ill Wednesday. With him and...
Bolts From The Blue Dec 17, 2020
Chargers Daily Links: Bolts could be without top wideouts against Raiders

Chargers Daily Links: Bolts could be without top wideouts against Raiders

Robert Hanashiro-USA TODAY Sports Your source for all Chargers and NFL news from around the web. After the team’s final injury report came out on Wednesday, it was announced that Keenan Allen and Mike Williams are not only questionable, but they are “true game-time decisions.” Usually when this is a case, it’s a real 50/50. or less, chance that they end up playing. It would be phenomenal if they did play later tonight as the Raiders are currently set to have four defensive started out with injuries. If Both Allen and Williams can’t go, the Bolts will be forced...

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