Shareece Wright DB SD 1 Month

Wright (knee) is listed as active for Sunday's game against the Chiefs.

Wright, who returns after a two-game absence, could reclaim some IDP utility once he re-establishes his role in the Chargers' defense. In four games to date, he has 23 tackles to his credit.

Shareece Wright DB SD 1 Month

Wright (knee) is listed as probable for Sunday's game and was a full participant in practice.

Two days of full practice is definitely a good sign for Wright returning, and the groin injury to Brandon Flowers, who is questionable, means the Chargers could have some extra need at cornerback against the Chiefs.

Shareece Wright DB SD 1 Month

Wright (knee) could return as soon as Sunday against the Chiefs, the San Diego Union-Tribune reports.

Wright has missed the last two games while recovering from a knee injury, but the team expects to have him back as soon as Sunday. His level of participation in practice this week is what will ultimately determine his status.

Shareece Wright DB SD 2 Months

Wright (knee) will miss Sunday's game against the Jets.

Wright underwent an MRI on his injured knee earlier in the week, but it revealed a minor issue compared to the sprained MCL that was feared. He didn't participate in practice at all this week, foreshadowing his out status for Sunday's game.

Shareece Wright DB SD 2 Months

Wright (knee) did not practice Wednesday, the Chargers' official site reports.

While Wright's status for Sunday's game against the Jets is unclear, it does appear as though the cornerback did not suffer a serious knee injury in Week 4's win over the Jaguars.

Shareece Wright DB SD 2 Months

Wright is slated to undergo an MRI on his knee, the San Diego Union Tribune reports.

Wright, who left Sunday's game against the Jaguars in the second quarter, may have sprained his right MCL and if that's the case the cornerback is likely to miss some time.

Shareece Wright DB SD Apr 08 '79

Chargers 2011 third-round pick Shareece Wright handled first-team reps "throughout" OTA season opposite Derek Cox.

Cox is locked in at one corner, and Wright is the heavy favorite for the other job despite playing only 120 defensive snaps in 2012. It's one of the weaker positions on San Diego's roster. If the season began today, Wright and Cox would be the first-team outside cornerbacks with Johnny Patrick entering in sub-packages. Eric Weddle and Marcus Gilchrist would be the starting safeties.

Shareece Wright DB SD Mar 17 '79

The Chargers are "confident in" third-year CB Shareece Wright taking over the starting spot opposite Derek Cox.

The Bolts let both of last year's starters -- Quentin Jammer and Antoine Cason -- go in free agency, and only signed Cox. Wright battled a high-ankle sprain and a partial tear of an ankle ligament last season, limiting him to ten games. The former third-round pick has never started a game, and he's played just 124 defensive snaps in two seasons. San Diego is woefully thin at corner.

Shareece Wright DB SD Jul 21 '78

Chargers CB Shareece Wright (ankle) has resumed practicing.

Wright suffered a high-ankle sprain on San Diego's season-opening kickoff, but could be ready for snaps in the slot as early as Monday. Even if Wright isn't ready to face the Broncos, he'll undoubtedly be ready to roll following the Bolts' Week 7 bye.

Shareece Wright DB SD Jun 28 '78

Chargers CB Shareece Wright is out 4-6 weeks with a high ankle sprain and partial tear of an ankle ligament.

He apparently won't be placed on injured reserve just yet. A 2011 third-round pick out of USC, Wright was coming on with a big training camp before going down in Week 1. The Chargers will be thin behind Quentin Jammer, Antoine Cason, and Marcus Gilchrist going forward. They also cut CB Greg Gatson on Monday.