Chargers wide receiver Eddie Royal (toe) in a protective boot. Injured on reverse run Monday returned to game. Not practicing.
San Diego Union-Tribune "In early August a usually even-mannered Eddie Royal rolled his eyes emphatically over what happened to him last year a groin injury in the first practice of training camp from which he never truly recovered until this past offseason. Health. Health. “That's the biggest thing for me” Royal..." September 13
Bolts Beat "There are a few more players coming back to the practice field. A little more reinforcements for the start of the season. Corey Liuget and Eddie Royal have found their way back to the practice field after being out for a good amount of time. Corey Liuget is one of the best players that we have..." September 02
San Diego Union-Tribune "Football became a secondary concern for the Chargers on Saturday when an ambulance shuttled Eddie Royal off the practice field to a nearby hospital. Their primary focus was Royal's health. On Sunday Royal signaled it appropriate to begin thinking football. The Chargers wide receiver was..." August 19
San Diego Union-Tribune "Chargers wide receiver Eddie Royal was hospitalized Saturday after experiencing shortness of breath following a catch during a training-camp practice. The sixth-year NFL veteran suffered a bruised lung and concussion the Chargers announced Saturday afternoon. All other initial test results have..." August 18
Chargers announced WR Eddie Royal sustained a bruised lung Saturday and also is being evaluated for a concussion.
NFL.com "The San Diego Chargers -- more than any team in the AFC West -- can't afford another injury at wide receiver. Michael Gehlken of U-T San Diego reported that pass-catcher Eddie Royal left Saturday's practice in an ambulance after falling hard to the ground while attempting a catch during an..." August 17
Not saying imminent. But Chargers would save $1.5M. Deep at WR. RT @richmiron: They need to release Eddie Royal, I think, to free up space.