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ClutchPoints Oct 22, 2020
Tyrod Taylor’s current status after suffering punctured lung a month ago

Tyrod Taylor’s current status after suffering punctured lung a month ago

Los Angeles Chargers quarterback Tyrod Taylor is has been medically cleared to play football again, according to NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport. Taylor will be the back-up for L.A.’s Week 7 matchup against the Jacksonville Jaguars, as rookie Justin Herbert remains the starter. #Chargers QB Tyrod Taylor, out about a month with a punctured lung, has […] The post Tyrod Taylor’s current status after suffering punctured lung a month ago appeared first on ClutchPoints.
Bolts From The Blue Oct 22, 2020
Tyrod Taylor medically cleared to play

Tyrod Taylor medically cleared to play

Photo by Ian Johnson/Icon Sportswire via The former starter can be a full participant in practices. Early Monday morning, NFL insider Ian Rapoport reported that quarterback Tyrod Taylor has officially been medically cleared to return to the field in full. For the last two weeks, the former starter has been a limited participant in practice for precautionary reasons, but it looks like he’ll have no restrictions going forward. #Chargers QB Tyrod Taylor, out about a month with a punctured lung, has been medically cleared, source said. While Justin Herbert remains the starter, Taylor...
Bolts From The Blue Oct 19, 2020
NFLPA still considering options following investigation of Tyrod Taylor’s injury

NFLPA still considering options following investigation of Tyrod Taylor’s injury

Photo by Harry How/ Everything is still up in the air for Taylor and the union. It’s been over a month since that fateful Sunday in SoFi Stadium where Tyrod Taylor inexplicably was sidelined with “chest pains” prior to the start of their Week 2 matchup with the Chiefs, leading to Justin Herbert’s first career NFL start. Now, weeks later, Herbert has been named the Chargers’ starting quarterback going forward and Taylor is just now getting back into the swing of practicing, but this time as the backup. According to union reps of the NFLPA, their investigation into the matter of...
Bolts From The Blue Oct 12, 2020
Chargers Week 5 inactives: Bosa, Williams are good to go

Chargers Week 5 inactives: Bosa, Williams are good to go

Photo by Cliff Welch/Icon Sportswire via Despite all the worry and assumptions running around out there about Joey Bosa’s health heading into tonight’s game, the Big Bear was officially announced as active against the Saints, along with wide receiver Mike Williams who has been dealing with a shoulder injury. #LACvsNO InactivesTyrod TaylorJason Moore JrJoe ReedJahleel AddaeTrai TurnerBryan BulagaJoe Gaziano pic.twitter.com/FRE6DfoxDo— Los Angeles Chargers (@Chargers) October 12, 2020 The rest of the inactives include the expected players like Tyrod Taylor, Trai Turner, and...
Bolt Beat Oct 6, 2020

LA Chargers: 3 things we’ve learned about Justin Herbert in 3 starts

Justin Herbert is now three starts into his LA Chargers career. We are four weeks through the 2020 NFL season and we have already gotten three starts out of Justin Herbert and just one out of Tyrod Taylor. This was not expected heading into the year but the LA Chargers were backed into a corner […] LA Chargers: 3 things we’ve learned about Justin Herbert in 3 starts - Bolt Beat - Bolt Beat - LA Chargers News and Fan Community
Bolt Beat Oct 5, 2020

LA Chargers: Why starting Tyrod Taylor in Week 5 makes sense

We still do not know who will be starting at quarterback for the LA Chargers in Week 5. The LA Chargers‘ quarterback situation is one of the most compelling storylines in the league this year. Justin Herbert was thrust into the starting role in Week 2 after team doctors accidentally punctured Tyrod Taylor‘s lung while […] LA Chargers: Why starting Tyrod Taylor in Week 5 makes sense - Bolt Beat - Bolt Beat - LA Chargers News and Fan Community
Bolts From The Blue Oct 4, 2020
Why Justin Herbert should be the starter moving forward

Why Justin Herbert should be the starter moving forward

Photo by James Gilbert/ Let Justin Just Win, Lynn Much has been made about the parallels between Tyrod Taylor’s situation with the Cleveland Browns and Baker Mayfield in 2018 and his presence on the LA Chargers ahead of Justin Herbert headed into 2020. In both cases, Taylor was pegged as a one-year bridge quarterback to hold the fort for a high draft pick and both times he was hurt (under much different circumstances of course) and opened the door for the rookie to start ahead of schedule. However, I think Herbert’s proven himself to a degree through three games that Mayfield did not...
Bolts From The Blue Oct 4, 2020
Chargers Week 4 Inactives: Reed, Addae out along with veteran OL

Chargers Week 4 Inactives: Reed, Addae out along with veteran OL

Photo by Harry How/ Some surprise designations in today’s inactives. The Chargers have announced their inactive players for their Week 4 matchup with the Buccaneers and there’s a couple surprise designations among them. The players we all expected be inactive - offensive linemen Bryan Bulaga and Trai Turner, along with quarterback Tyrod Taylor - are all present, but its the decision to have starting kick returner Joe Reed and recently-signed safety Jahleel Addae out for today’s contest that are head-scratchers. #LACvsTB Inactives:Tyrod TaylorJoe ReedJahleel AddaeTrai TurnerStorm...
ClutchPoints Sep 27, 2020
Report: Tyrod Taylor expected to miss Week 4 vs. Buccaneers

Report: Tyrod Taylor expected to miss Week 4 vs. Buccaneers

The Los Angeles Chargers have already confirmed that starting quarterback Tyrod Taylor is ruled out of their Week 3 game against the Carolina Panthers and their Week 4 matchup against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. ESPN Senior NFL insider Adam Schefter bared updates on the veteran’s availability via Twitter: Chargers’ QB Tyrod Taylor expected to miss […] The post Report: Tyrod Taylor expected to miss Week 4 vs. Buccaneers appeared first on ClutchPoints.
Bolts From The Blue Sep 27, 2020
Tyrod Taylor expected to miss Week 4

Tyrod Taylor expected to miss Week 4

Photo by Harry How/ It’s what we all expected to hear. It’s long been known that Tyrod Taylor was not going to play this week against the Panthers, but it’s now being reported that he’s likely to miss next week’s contest against the Buccaneers as he continues to recover from cracked ribs and the medical mishap that led to a punctured lung. Chargers’ QB Tyrod Taylor expected to miss next Sunday’s game against the Bucs as he continues to recover from a punctured lung and cracked ribs, per sources.https://t.co/JJRGjVHB7l— Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) September 27,...
Bolt Beat Sep 25, 2020

LA Chargers: Complete roster comparison vs Carolina Panthers

The LA Chargers will try for their first-ever home win at SoFi stadium this Sunday. Here’s how they match up with the Carolina Panthers. What a whirlwind week for LA Chargers fans. We got to see the start of the Justin Herbert era begin in amazing fashion. The story of Tyrod Taylor’s punctured lung raged […] LA Chargers: Complete roster comparison vs Carolina Panthers - Bolt Beat - Bolt Beat - LA Chargers News and Fan Community
ClutchPoints Sep 24, 2020
Tyrod Taylor had injury ‘no one knew’ in Week 1, reveals Anthony Lynn

Tyrod Taylor had injury ‘no one knew’ in Week 1, reveals Anthony Lynn

Tyrod Taylor of the Los Angeles Chargers suffered one of the strangest injuries in recent memory. One of LA’s team doctors accidentally punctured the ten-year veteran’s lung with a syringe trying to administer treatment for a fractured rib. Originally, Taylor’s fractured rib had not been reported, and his head coach Anthony Lynn spoke up about […] The post Tyrod Taylor had injury ‘no one knew’ in Week 1, reveals Anthony Lynn appeared first on ClutchPoints.

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