Chargers WR Keenan Allen will not play a part in the team’s final push for the playoffs – a long shot at this point.
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The San Diego Chargers will likely be without one of their leading receivers for the final stretch of games with their playoff hopes on the line.
San Diego has not placed Allen on injured reserve, but consider it a possibility if the second-year wide receiver plays again in the regular season.
Allen injured his ankle in the second quarter on Sunday but attempted to play through the issue before eventually being carted to the locker room in the second half. The collarbone injury is a new development that hadn’t been initially reported on.
Allen leads the Chargers in receptions (77) and yards (783) with four touchdowns. He was second in Offensive Rookie Of The Year voting in 2013, when he had 71 receptions for 1,046 yards and eight touchdowns.