Two Chargers Players Doing Individual Drills; Could Return for Week 3

Los Angeles Chargers players Keenan Allen and Donald Parham were spotted doing individual drills this week at Wednesday's practice. 

It's a good sign for both players' Week 3 status after Allen missed Week 2 and Parham has yet to make his season debut. 

Allen had a short Week 1, but a still productive one nonetheless, hauling in four receptions on four targets, for 66 yards. His hamstring injury has been described as ''not incredibly serious'', so hopefully the week off was good enough for him to return this week as he is Justin Herbert's most trusted receiver. 

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Tight-End Donald Parham also has a chance to return very soon. 

Parham has yet to make his season debut after going down six weeks ago with a bad hamstring strain. Gerald Everett has taken over in his absence and has been very productive, catching nine of 14 targets, for 125 receiving yards and one touchdown. 

The Los Angeles Chargers (1-1) are taking on the Jacksonville Jaguars (1-1) at home this weekend.
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