Joey Bosa could finally make his season debut with the Chargers in Week 11.
The Chargers listed the 23-year-old defensive end as questionable for the team’s game against the Broncos on Sunday. Bosa was cleared to practice earlier this week, though he was limited for three straight days as he eases back into training.
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Bosa has been dealing with a left foot injury he suffered just before the start of the season. It was described as a bone bruise, and the team wanted to keep him off of his foot to avoid surgery.
While Bosa didn’t say he would play this weekend, he referenced earlier this week how he might feel after playing Sunday.
“I’m sure after the game, next Monday, it’s going to be pretty tough,” Bosa said, per NFL Network. “It’s something you have to manage with ice and volume.”
The third-year Ohio State product racked up 12.5 sacks last season. He already has 23 career sacks, though he hasn’t played a snap for the Chargers this season.
The Chargers (7-2) have played well in Bosa’s absence and have the second-best record in the AFC. They face the Broncos on Sunday with kickoff set for 4:05 p.m. ET.