Keenan Allen WR SD 5 months ago

After missing the final two games of the regular season with a broken collarbone, Allen finished 2014 with 77 receptions on 121 targets for 783 yards and four touchdowns in 14 games.

Allen's sophomore season was something of a disappointment as he tallied over 1,000 yards and eight touchdowns in just 15 games as a rookie in 2013. Missing the final two games of the year did not help, but even when healthy, Allen only topped 100 yards receiving three times and his 10.2 YPC represented a pretty steep drop off from his 14.7 yard average in 2013. Heading into 2015, he is still the No. 1 option on a good offensive team, and he will no doubt be looking to rebound.

Keenan Allen WR SD 5 months ago

Allen (collarbone) is officially inactive for Sunday's game at Kansas City.

With Allen out, Malcom Floyd and Eddie Royal will be top wide receivers in this must-win game against the Chiefs. Dontrelle Inman is also likely to be in the mix.

Keenan Allen WR SD 5 months ago

Allen (collarbone) is listed as doubtful for Sunday's game against the Chiefs, the Chargers' official site reports.

After not practicing all week, it doesn't look like Allen will be able to suit up Sunday, and in such a scenario, the Chargers' Week 17 wideout corps would be led by Malcom Floyd and Eddie Royal, with Dontrelle Inman also in the mix for added work this weekend.

Keenan Allen WR SD 5 months ago

Allen (collarbone) was listed as a non-participant on Thursday's estimated practice report, Michael Gehlken of the San Diego Union-Tribune reports.

We'll revisit Allen's status Friday, but at present the wideout continues to look iffy for Sunday's game against the Chiefs.

Keenan Allen WR SD 5 months ago

Allen (collarbone) did not practice Wednesday, Michael Gehlken of the San Diego Union-Tribune reports.

More on Allen's status as the week progresses, but at this stage he looks iffy for Sunday's game against the Chiefs. If he is unable to go this weekend, the Chargers' Week 17 wideout corps would be led by Malcom Floyd and Eddie Royal, with Dontrelle Inman also in the mix for added work in the team's passing offense.

Keenan Allen WR SD 5 months ago

Allen (collarbone) did not practice Tuesday, Michael Gehlken of the San Diego Union-Tribune reports.

Allen, who did not play against the 49ers on Saturday, has not been ruled out for Week 17, but his status looks to be completely up in the air at this point. His absence from Tuesday's session is not overly encouraging, but if he's able to get some work in Wednesday or Thursday there's a chance he'll be able to suit up for the regular season finale.

Keenan Allen WR SD 5 months ago

Coach Mike McCoy confirmed that Allen (collarbone) won't play Saturday against the 49ers, the San Diego Union-Tribune's Michael Gehlken reports.

Meanwhile, Allen hasn't been ruled out for Week 17, but his status for that game looks iffy, at best, at this stage. With Allen out this week, at a minimum, fellow wideouts Malcom Floyd and Eddie Royal are candidates to see added looks in the Chargers' passing attack Saturday, along with Seyi Ajirotutu.

Keenan Allen WR SD 5 months ago

Allen suffered a broken collarbone along with an ankle injury in Sunday's loss to the Broncos.

The injury figures to jeopardize Allen's availability for the remainder of the season, but the Chargers are only saying for now that the second-year wideout is not expected to play Sunday against San Francisco. It's been a rather disappointing year for Allen's owners -- in standard leagues at least -- but he currently leads the Chargers in receptions (77) and yards (783). He's also been huge for Philip Rivers on third down, catching 19 passes for 219 yards.

Keenan Allen WR SD 5 months ago

Coach Mike McCoy relayed Monday that Allen is getting his ankle evaluated.

We'll continue to monitor Allen's status, but at this stage the wideout's availability for Saturday's game against the 49ers is cloudy.

Keenan Allen WR SD 5 months ago

Allen, who suffered an ankle injury in Sunday's loss to the Broncos, sported a protective boot over his right foot after the game, the San Diego Union-Tribune's Michael Gehlken reports.

Allen's status is thus worth tracking as next Saturday's game against the 49ers approaches.