Chargers injury report: 3 key players missing at Thursday’s practice

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The Chargers had their second practice ahead of the Week 6 contest against the Ravens on Thursday.

For the second straight day, linebacker Drue Tranquill and wide receiver Mike Williams did not practice. Added into the mix of non-participants was safety Nasir Adderley, who was previously listed as limited.

Tranquill, who is dealing with a chest injury, is unlikely to play this weekend. If he’s out, rookie Nick Niemann would be next in line to get extended snaps.

Williams (knee) not practicing this week is a bit concerning for the positional group. If the most productive receiver is not able to play, Joshua Palmer and Jalen Guyton would receive more playing time.

Adderley is dealing with a hip injury. It would be tough to not have him on the field, as he’s been a key piece in the back end of the defense this season. Alohi Gilman and Mark Webb would fill in if he’s out.

Los Angeles will have its final practice on Friday before traveling to Baltimore.