J.C. Jackson returns to limited practice

LA Chargers training camp at Jack R. Hammett Sports Complex
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The Chargers didn’t practice again Tuesday, but they made one change to their practice report nonetheless.

Cornerback J.C. Jackson, who didn’t play Sunday, was listed as limited with his ankle injury Tuesday. He was estimated a non-participant Monday.

“He’s improving,” Chargers coach Brandon Staley said. “We put him through a workout today. We’ll see how he feels. Then, tomorrow, at the jog-through, we’ll be able to learn a little bit more. I think he’s headed in the right direction, but I think there is still a lot to be decided before game time on Thursday night.”

Receiver Keenan Allen (hamstring) and tight end Donald Parham Jr. (hamstring) remained out of practice.

“Keenan is going to be a guy that is going to take some time, I think, with his hamstring,” Staley said. “I don’t think it’s looking great for this week, but you never know. I wouldn’t put anything past Keenan, so we’re not ruling him out, but a different situation than J.C.”

Offensive tackle Rashawn Slater (back) and linebacker Drue Tranquill (back) were listed as full participants a second consecutive day.

3 responses to “J.C. Jackson returns to limited practice

  1. Oh man I wish BB bet the farm on him. Kidding kidding. But losing him for that amount is totally justifiable and I don’t understand why any Pats fans feel differently. That said, good luck with the healing process and TYFYS

  2. jw02554 says:
    September 13, 2022 at 8:25 pm
    Oh man I wish BB bet the farm on him. Kidding kidding. But losing him for that amount is totally justifiable and I don’t understand why any Pats fans feel differently. That said, good luck with the healing process and TYFYS

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    You look at the Gilmore trade, and what Carolina got out of Gilmore before his contract finished, and suddenly Bill getting a 6th rounder was a good deal. He then left them (as he would the Pats) for a pretty fat two year with a lot guaranteed. We now see what the Colts get for that money.

    JC Jackson has gone out for bigger bucks. He has to not just be really good, but actually be a shutdown game changing dback in order to be worth what he’s getting paid. Maybe he will? But so far thats not off to a good start.

    In both cases folks wondered what BB was thinking parting with those guys. But if you look what they are costing teams vs what the teams are getting back and so far its not been worth the money with either. Both guys are really good, but still not up to the level they are getting paid for.

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