Chargers place Mike Williams, Chris Harris on COVID-19 reserve

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The Chargers have put two more key players on the COVID-19 reserve list.

Chargers receiver Mike Williams and cornerback Chris Harris were both placed on the list today.

They join wide receiver Keenan Allen, who was placed on the COVID-19 reserve list on Monday, as key players who are now not with the team.

Allen and Williams are the Chargers’ top two wide receivers, and losing both of them at the same time will be a major blow to quarterback Justin Herbert and the offense. Harris is a starter at cornerback and his loss is a significant hit to the defense.

If Williams and Harris are unvaccinated and tested positive, they’ll be out for at least 10 days, which would mean not only missing Sunday’s game against the Giants but also next Thursday’s game against the Chiefs.

5 responses to “Chargers place Mike Williams, Chris Harris on COVID-19 reserve

  1. That is how 1 infected and unvaccinated player harms the team’s chance in the playoff push.

  2. Pretty sure this is all theatre. NFL needs to make it look like they’re helping the cause and promoting health.

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