The Bolts are healing just in time for a must-win game.
The Los Angeles Chargers, with a record of 4-6, received a positive health update just over an hour before their crucial matchup against the formidable 8-3 Baltimore Ravens, which is considered a pivotal game for them.
According to Daniel Popper of The Athletic, there is official confirmation that tight end Gerald Everett and wide receiver Jalen Guyton have been activated for this evening’s matchup.
The comeback of Gerald Everett, a 6’3″, 250-pound alum from South Alabama, is anticipated to significantly boost the offensive capabilities of star Chargers quarterback Justin Herbert. In the previous game, a disappointing 23-20 loss to the Green Bay Packers on the road, the 29-year-old’s size, strength, and speed were notably absent in the latter stages. Throughout the season, Everett has accumulated 167 receiving yards and secured two touchdowns on 21 receptions.
Jalen Guyton, a fourth-year pro from North Texas standing at 6’1″ and weighing 212 pounds, hasn’t been as frequently targeted by Justin Herbert. The 26-year-old receiver has made four receptions, scoring one touchdown and accumulating a total of 41 yards so far this season.