Chargers Te Injury – Los Angeles Chargers tight end Donald Parham Jr. is set to be let out of the medical clinic later Friday after being determined to have a blackout, the group declared.
Parham was eliminated from Thursday night’s misfortune to the Kansas City Chiefs on a cot later he seemed to blackout when his head hammered the ground while he was attempting to get a pass in the primary quarter. The Chargers said Friday that Parham was resting easily and alert at Harbor-UCLA Medical Center.
“It’s the extreme side of professional athletics,” Chargers mentor Brandon Staley said later the 34-28, additional time misfortune. “Any time you see that life and are near it, it impacts you. However at that point simultaneously, you know, we’re attempting to play for him the remainder of the way, and that is the thing that our folks did this evening. They laid it on the line and played a whale of a game for him.”
Parham, in his second year with Los Angeles, got his hands on a 5-yard pass from Justin Herbert toward the rear of the end zone on fourth-and-objective yet failed when his head hit the ground. A camera zoomed all over showed his eyes shut and his mouth open.