Update: Palmer returned to the game, but wasn’t targeted in the second half, while Quentin Johnston saw a good amount of work. Palmer’s injury and a big lead likely kept the team from pushing him.
Update: Palmer has is knee taped up and has returned to the game.
Update: Palmer is out of the medical tent and is testing his leg on the sideline, per Daniel Popper.
Update: Palmer speed hopped to the medical tent where he will get checked out.
Chargers WR Joshua Palmer suffered a knee injury in the first quarter of Sunday Night Football against the Chicago Bears. Palmer came into the game with a knee injury, but his exact injury is still uncertain, but it did look like a knee. He will likely be replaced by Quentin Johnston while he is being attended to.
Palmer had the best game of his career last week against the Chiefs when he caught 5-of-7 targets for 133 yards. And ever since Mike Williams’ season-ending injury, Palmer has played well, topping 60 receiving yars in his last four games.