According to an NFL source, Chargers WR Vincent Jackson injured his groin in practice at the end of last week possibly from overuse. The team never listed him on the injury report.
In pregame, he strained his right calf as a result of overcompensating for the groin injury. He thought he could play through it and started the game. But he quickly realized he couldn’t play with it and the Chargers sat him for the night. He underwent an MRI Monday morning and is expected to be out at least two weeks.
Legedu Naanee was the most productive Chargers receiver in a game the Chargers didn't need to pass. Naanee caught 3 passes on 5 targets for 38 yards. Malcom Floyd is still bothered by the hamstring and caught no balls. Seyi Ajirotutu filled in with 1 catch while Patrick Crayton is out indefinitely after undergoing wrist surgery.