Chargers injury updates: Chris Rumph II, Bryan Bulaga, Nasir Adderley

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The Chargers finished up their first of two practices with the 49ers on Thursday.

Los Angeles had the majority of their key players out on the field, but there were still a few that were non-participants.

Here’s a look at some of the notables that did not practice:

RT Bryan Bulaga (hip flexor)

S Nasir Adderley (migraine)

EDGE Chris Rumph II (heel)

OT Rashawn Slater (lower back)

WR Mike Williams (hip)

WR Joe Reed (ankle)

Head coach Brandon Staley said that Bulaga would be able to play if they were preparing for a real game.

Staley said Rumph is dealing with a little bone bruise on his heel. The injury is not considered serious, and they’re hopeful he’s able to back at practice next week.

Staley said Slater is “feeling good” and decided to play it safe by not having him practice today.

Staley said Williams is “trending positive” and the team is hopeful they will have him back soon.

While all of the updates from the non-participants appear to be positive, they’re unclear of the severity of Reed’s injury.