QB - LAC
This Week Outlook
QB Tyrod Tylor (lung) will not play in Sunday's Week 7 contest against the Jaguars.
Taylor was medically cleared to return after missing over a month due to a punctured lung. Justin Herbert is the Chargers' starting QB going forward and has thrived under center. Taylor should not be rostered in any league format.
NFL's Ian Rapoport is reporting that Chargers QB Tyrod Taylor has been medically cleared to resume all football-related activities.
Taylor has been out for about a month after suffering a punctured lung from an injection to treat his injured ribs Week 2 against the Chiefs. Justin Herbert remains the starter, and Taylor should not be rostered at this time.
Los Angeles Chargers quarterback Tyrod Taylor is inactive for Monday Night Football against the New Orleans Saints.
Taylor is still not ready to back up newly-minted starter Justin Herbert. Taylor has now lost his job due to team doctor error, so it will be interesting to see how the NFLPA proceeds on his behalf. Herbert has been excellent in his time under center and could be poised for a big game against the Saints with Mike Williams back in the lineup, and Saints corner Janoris Jenkins inactive.
Tyrod Taylor (ribs/chest) has been officially ruled out for Sunday's game against the Buccaneers.
Rookie first-round pick Justin Herbert will make his third start for the Los Angeles Chargers. He has completed 69.5% of his passes with two touchdowns, but he also has been picked off twice. Consider Herbert a low-end QB2 against a tough Tampa Bay defense.
Chargers QB Tyrod Taylor (chest) was still absent from practice on Friday.
It’s unclear when Taylor will get on the practice field again, but the team remains cautious with him. Herbert is going to get another start this week against a very good Buccaneers defense. Consider Taylor week to week and Herbert a low-end QB2 in Week 4.