All-Pro NFL center Corey Linsley will be placed on the injured reserve after having “heart issues.”
The San Diego Chargers placed Linsley on the IR as he’s dealing with a “non-emergent heart related issue.”
As of now, details regarding the specifics of Linsley’s heart issued have not been shared with the public.
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Here’s what Fox News reported:
The Los Angeles Chargers’ offense took a major hit on Friday.
The Chargers said they will place All-Pro center Corey Linsley on the injured reserve with a non-emergent heart issue. Linsley played and started the first three games for the Chargers in his 10th NFL season. Linsley said through the team that he was in good spirits and will keep meeting with doctors to get more information.
Linsley will officially go on IR on Saturday as Los Angeles missed the 4 p.m. ET deadline on Friday. He was already ruled out for Sunday’s AFC West matchup against the Las Vegas Raiders.
Will Clapp is expected to be the starting center for the Chargers for at least the next four games.
The 32-year-old Youngstown, Ohio, native played for the Green Bay Packers for the first seven seasons of his NFL career. He was named a First-Team All-Pro member in 2020. He joined the Chargers in 2021 and earned his first Pro Bowl selection.
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— Fox News (@FoxNews) September 30, 2023
Los Angeles Chargers center Corey Linsley will be placed on injured reserve with a heart issue, the team said Friday.
The 32-year-old Linsley is in his 10th NFL season and third with the Chargers. He played in all 215 offensive snaps in the first three games.
The team said Linsey’s heart condition does not require emergency care. In a statement released by the team, Linsley said he is in good spirits and will keep meeting with doctors and specialists to gather information