Even the Los Angeles Chargers have declared that end Hunter Henry endured a tibia plateau fracture to his left knee during Sunday’s win against the Indianapolis Colts.
According to the group, Henry will continue to be assessed and the interval for his return has not been ascertained. ESPN’s Adam Schefter reported Henry’s injury is expected to sideline him four to six weeks.
Together with Henry outside, Virgil Green will take on an enlarged role for the Chargers. They also have Sean Culkin in the position.
It’s another injury setback for Henry, who overlooked the 2018 season with a torn ACL. He returned to perform at the Chargers’ playoff loss.
The Chargers are currently without safety Derwin James, who is currently facing three months out after suffering a stress fracture in his fifth metatarsal last month.
Pro Bowl running Melvin Gordon stays absent as he attempts a new contract in the team.

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