Rams DT Sebastian Joseph-Day aggravated his chest injury in Thursday's practice and will need surgery. He's out indefinitely. "Whether or not that means he'll return at any point this season, I think we'll have to see after the surgery," HC Sean McVay said, according to Gary Klein of the Los Angeles Times. Greg Gaines started in Joseph-Day's place in Week 8 and looks like the NT going forward.
Former Rams DT Sebastian Joseph-Day is expected to sign a 3-year, $24 million deal ($15 million guaranteed) with the Chargers, according to Chris Carlin of ESPN New York. Joseph-Day lost 10 games to a chest injury that required surgery last season but otherwise played every game for the Rams over the past 2 years. He'll help rebuild a Chargers front that the team clearly believed needed attention after 2021. Joseph-Day delivered nice tackle production in 2021 before his injury but hasn't otherwise been a special IDP contributor. Don't expect to see him high in our 2022 IDP rankings.
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