Raiders, Chargers injury report: CB Nate Hobbs, DT Solomon Thomas upgraded to full

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Thus far in the season, the Raiders have had some injury troubles. They’ve weathered it to start the season 3-0 and are starting to get healthy. The big return this week was Josh Jacobs. He has been limited the past couple days, but he’s practicing which is a step up from the past two weeks.

A few players got banged up in last week’s overtime win over the Dolphins, and two of them got an upgrade today.

CB Nate Hobbs (shoulder) was a full participant as was DT Solomon Thomas (knee). Both were limited in Thursday’s practice.

Others still limited included CB Trayvon Mullen (shoulder) and S Roderic Teamer (ankle).

The Chargers saw a new addition to the injury report, with long snapper Matt Overton suffering a calf injury. He was limited along with WR Keenan Allen (ankle), CB Chris Harris Jr, (shoulder) and DT Justin Jones (calf). They also had a couple upgrades with safeties Alohi Gilman (hip) and Derwin James (toe/shoulder) both practicing full.