Chargers at Raiders Week 13 Injury Report: Friday

Six Chargers players received game designations for the Week 13 matchup against the Raiders.

COSTA MESA – The Chargers wrapped up their final practice of the week with five players held out of Friday’s session as they prepare for the Raiders.

Wide receiver Mike Williams (ankle), center Corey Linsley (concussion), right tackle Trey Pipkins (knee), defensive lineman Breiden Fehoko (illness) and linebacker Drue Tranquill (illness) were each non-participants on Friday, according to the injury report.

Williams went through stretching and worked with trainers off to the side, but still hasn’t made enough progress to play Sunday in Las Vegas. Williams, Linsley and Pipkins have been ruled out, while Tranquill, Fehoko and Nasir Adderley have been deemed questionable.

Chargers injury report

Did not participate:

C Corey Linsley (concussion)T Trey Pipkins (knee)WR Mike Williams (ankle)LB Drue Tranquill (illness)DL Breiden Fehoko (illness)


S Nasir Adderley (thumb)CB Bryce Callahan (groin)CB Michael Davis (knee)S Derwin James (hip)OLB Khalil Mack (rest)LB Kenneth Murray Jr. (wrist)T Jamaree Salyer (knee)

Game designations

OUT: WR Mike Williams, C Corey Linsley, RT Trey PipkinsQUESTIONABLE: LB Drue Tranquill, S Nasir Adderley, DL Breiden Fehoko

Raiders injury report

Injury Report will be updated following its release.

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