Rarely does an NFL coach walk to the podium on a Monday after a game to deliver positive injury news.
But in a world filled with joint sprains, ligament tears and bone breaks, Anthony Lynn and the Chargers got to spend time talking about someone being healed for a change — an important component that could help balance out a pretty solid defense.
Linebacker Denzel Perryman, sidelined since the first preseason game after surgery on his left ankle, is set to take the field in two weeks when the Chargers resume their season at Jacksonville.
Heading into their bye week, Lynn said he not only expects Perryman to play. He expects...