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The Chargers have placed Edge Joey Bosa on IR for the foot injury that knocked him out of Sunday's game. That will keep Bosa out until at least Week 16, and he'll be difficult to trust in fantasy lineups in his first game back. We've already seen an active Bosa play less than 50% of the snaps in three other games before leaving Week 11 early. That all means you can go ahead and drop Bosa for another option in your redraft IDP league. The 28-year-old is probably still worth holding in dynasty ... but he's running out of value in that format as well.

Chargers HC Brandon Staley said Monday that Edge Joey Bosa is dealing with a foot sprain and will likely land on IR, according to multiple reports. That would knock Bosa out through at least Week 15. At best, Bosa would return for the penultimate week of most fantasy football seasons. And you're not likely to play him in his first game back from this injury. We've already seen Bosa play limited snaps while dealing with injuries this year. Bottom line: You should go ahead and dump Bosa for a replacement in redraft leagues this week.

Chargers Edge Joey Bosa suffered a foot injury early in Sunday's game against the Packers. He's officially questionable to return but left on a cart with a towel covering his face. That sure doesn't seem to bode well for the severity of the injury. We'll watch for more updates.

Chargers Edge Joey Bosa (toe) carries no injury status into Sunday's game against the Chiefs. It's the first time that has been the case for him since Week 2. Bosa's playing time climbed to 47% last week, his highest level since the season opener. This week's status and Bosa's full Friday practice points to further playing-time growth against Kansas City. We've moved Bosa up the Week 7 DL rankings a bit, but the matchup with the Chiefs remains negative for pass rushers.

Chargers Edge Joey Bosa is officially questionable for Monday night's game against the Cowboys, and HC Brandon Staley indicated he's no sure thing. According to ESPN's Adam Schefter, Staley said: "We'll see. He's progressing, but we'll see." Bosa has been dealing with hamstring and toe injuries. This week has found him listed with only the toe issue. But Bosa missed the first two practices out of the bye and then remained limited Friday. Before sitting out Week 4, he played just 29% and 34% of snaps in the previous two games. Bosa will be a risky player to wait for in IDP lineups for Week 6.

Chargers Edge Joey Bosa is questionable for Sunday's game against the Raiders. He entered each of the previous two games the same way and still played, albeit for limited snaps. But Bosa this week adds a toe injury to the hamstring that limited him the previous two. He missed practice all week and looks like a high-risk IDP bet even if active. Rookie Edge Tuli Tuipulotu, meanwhile, has garnered 77% playing time the past two games and delivered a sack in each. He racked up 4 QB hits in last Sunday's win over the Vikings. Tulipulotu looks like a good bet for similar playing time this week against a shaky Raiders O-line and probably backup QB Brian Hoyer. That makes the rookie an attractive play in Week 4 IDP lineups. We've moved him up our Week 4 DL rankings and Bosa down.

Chargers Edge Joey Bosa (hamstring) is active for today's game against the Vikings. He played through the injury last week as well. Bosa saw his playing time significantly limited in that contest but still delivered 2 sacks. He belongs in most IDP lineups.

Chargers Edge Joey Bosa (hamstring) is active for today's game against the Titans. He barely practiced during the week, though, taking part only in individual side drills on Friday. That makes Bosa a high-risk play for Week 2 IDP lineups.

Chargers Edge Joey Bosa is questionable for Sunday's game against the Titans. He missed the first two practices with a hamstring injury. Bosa returned to the field Friday and was officially limited. But NFL Network's Bridget Condon reported that he worked off to the side with no helmet. That doesn't sound like a guy who's ready to come back for the game. Set your IDP lineup as though Bosa won't be available this week. We'll see what else we learn ahead of Sunday's kickoff. The combo of Bosa's injury and multiple injuries at LB should downgrade the Chargers' team D for Week 2.

Chargers Edge Joey Bosa missed Wednesday's practice with a hamstring injury. We'll see about his status the rest of the week, ahead of Sunday's matchup with Tennessee.

The Chargers plan to activate EDGE Joey Bosa (groin) from IR ahead of Sunday's game against the Rams, HC Brandon Staley told reporters Friday, according to NFL Network's Bridget Condon. Getting Bosa back can certainly only help the defense, but he hasn't played since Week 3. So it'll be tough to trust Bosa in IDP lineups right away. We won't be adding him to the Week 17 IDP rankings.

Chargers HC Brandon Staley said Wednesday that EDGE Joey Bosa is getting close to returning to the field. Might he make it back for this Sunday's matchup against the 49ers and his brother Nick? "I just know that he's back in the building," Staley told reporters. "He's not there for practice yet. We'll let you know when he's going to come back to practice. He is in good spirits. I think that we're getting closer to that practice point, just don't know exactly when that is going to be." That doesn't seem to point to Bosa being ready for Week 10. But he's worth stashing -- where it makes sense -- in IDP leagues now ahead of a potential Week 11 return. Bosa has been out since Week 3 with a groin injury that required surgery.

Chargers EDGE Joey Bosa is having surgery to address a core-muscle injury. The team placed him on IR Wednesday, which means he'll miss at least the next 4 games. We'll see about the expected timeline for his return. Kyle Van Noy and Chris Rumph played elevated edge snaps after Bosa left Sunday's game early

Chargers HC Brandon Staley said Monday that EDGE Joey Bosa is "week to week" after suffering a significant groin injury, according to multiple reports. That explanation makes it appear the team expects Bosa to miss at least 1 game. We'll see beyond that.

Chargers EDGE Joey Bosa left in the 1st half of Sunday's loss to the Jaguars with a groin injury. We'll look for more on his outlook for Week 4 (and perhaps beyond) Monday.

The Chargers on Monday placed EDGE Joey Bosa on the COVID list. HC Brandon Staley said he’s out for Sunday’s game against the Texans

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