Chargers Designate Tight End To Return From Injured Reserve

He's been limited to just two games this season.

The Los Angeles Chargers have designated tight end Donald Parham to return from the injured reserve.
The transaction now opens a 21-day window for the Chargers to add Parham back to the active roster before he reverts to the IR for the rest of the season. He's missed each of the team's last six games with a hamstring injury.

Once he's ready to return, the twenty-five-year-old will likely slot in the No. 2 tight end role behind Gerald Everett. 

In 14 games last season, Parham had 20 receptions for 190 yards and three touchdowns over 27 targets.
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