Chargers defensive end Joey Bosa participated in practice again Thursday, and the Chargers again listed him as a limited participant.
Though there’s no indication that Bosa will be healthy enough to make his debut Sunday vs. the Colts, participating in two straight days of practice is a sign of progress. As Michael Gehlken of the San Diego Union-Tribune tweeted, Bosa hadn’t practiced on consecutive days since early June.
Wednesday marked Bosa’s first practice in pads. The No.3 pick in the 2016 draft missed almost all of training camp and the preseason due to a contract dispute, then got injured in his first practice back in late August and didn’t return to practice until this week.
The Chargers have listed him on the injury report last week and this week with a hamstring injury. On Friday’s injury report, they’ll made some sort of unofficial/official declaration of his status for Sunday.