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16.10.2019 03:28
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“Don’t be surprised to see him work his way back in ,” Chargers coach Anthony Lynn said Monday, via Gilbert Manzano of the . “He may do some things on the side this week. He may start that as early as today, I’m not sure yet.” The Chargers still have no official timetable for Henry’s return to the field. He has spent the season on the physically unable to perform list.The team’s success motivated Henry even more to try to return this season.“I think that’s what pushed me the whole time Germaine Pratt Jersey ,” Henry said, via Manzano. “I tried to stay around as much as I could to kind of feed off that for my rehab.” Chargers receiver Keenan Allen will join Henry working with trainers on the side. Doctors diagnosed Allen with a hip pointer after he took a hard fall on his hip during a near-touchdown catch against the Chiefs.Running back Austin Ekeler missed last week’s game while in concussion protocol. He will undergo re-evaluation later today.The Chargers will limit running back Melvin Gordon in practice Monday, but he appears on track to return Saturday against the Ravens.Defensive tackle Brandon Mebane is back practicing after missing the past month to deal with the hospitalization of his daughter , Makenna, who’s in prenatal intensive care in Omaha due to a heart condition. Washington coach Jay Gruden was left scratching his head on Thursday night by two separate instances of the league’s new use of replay review for pass interference penalties.Gruden was on the wrong side of both pass interference reviews. The first, an offensive pass interference call on Washington receiver Kelvin Harmon Renell Wren Jersey , appeared to be a textbook example of why the league decided to allow challenges for pass interference: Just about everyone who saw it thought it was a bad call. But somehow Gruden lost his challenge.“I need an explanation for that one,” Gruden said. “I don’t know. All I know is I want Kelvin Harmon to do that every time the ball is in the air. That’s why we drafted him because he’s aggressive when the ball in the air. If he can’t do what he did in this game then I don’t know what he can do. I’m going to continue to coach Kelvin Harmon to go up and go get the ball like he did tonight and good things will happen for him. We’ll get the explanation, hopefully.”The second instance also involved Harmon. This time he made a catch and wasn’t flagged , but Bengals coach Zac Taylor challenged, and the league officiating office ruled that Harmon had committed offensive pass interference. Gruden said he disagreed with that call as well.Gruden said he wouldn’t do anything differently in the regular season as far as deciding when to challenge a call. But he would like to get a better idea of how the league officiating office is going to rule on pass interference challenges. With the regular season now less than three weeks away, the league needs to get all the kinks worked out.

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