Justin Herbert injury update: QB Chargers suffered potential rib injury against Chiefs, says Brandon Staley

Justin Herbert finished the match, but it wasn’t without some pain.

In the fourth quarter of “Thursday Night Football” The match between the Chiefs and the Chargers, Herbert was hit hard by Mike Dana’s defensive end, and the blow left the Chargers QB in a lot of pain.

Herbert was coming out of the game to play and re-entering, but he was in obvious distress: Herbert was caught by Amazon cameras pointing to his left side, and she’ll have obvious problems throwing the ball as well.

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Charger Pass was hit badly during the match, although he was only sacked twice. He has been beaten four times by defense chiefs, some of which have clearly left their mark.

Herbert finished the match, although he was slightly off target in the final stages of the match; However, he managed to bring the Chargers within a score by just 71 seconds.

Here is the latest news of Herbert’s injury:

Justin Herbert injury update

In the fourth quarter of the Thursday Night Football game between the Chargers and Chiefs, Herbert was hit hard by KC defensive team Mike Dana.

After the game, the Los Angeles coach said Herbert was “fine,” but the team will learn more about Herbert’s situation on Friday.

And “Thursday Night Football” channel reported that Herbert underwent an x-ray after the match, which was confirmed by Athletic:

Staley said the post-game that Herbert is dealing with a problem that might be the abdomen or the ribs:

“You won’t see a midfielder at any level of football who plays harder and does more for their team,” Brandon Staley said of Herbert, “and their team will – no one can do what they can do. Nobody. Show so much courage.. He brought us back and gave us a chance.”

Mike Williams said post-match: “That’s the mentality and toughness he has, to go through whatever he’s been going through. And standing there and making plays – that’s the quarterback that leads us.”

Herbert apparently stumbled on the blow, and appeared to be in pain on the sideline. Obviously, Herbert preferred his left side and pointed to his left side while on the sideline.

He would lie on the lawn and get out of the game to play once, then get in again and help drive the shippers on a campaign to score afterward.

This story will be updated.