Melvin Gordon sent his knee injury to the corner in the third quarter against Arizona Cardinals and did not score 45-10 in Los Angeles.
A back-stroke was made behind by Robert Nkemdiche Cardinals defense linemen while Gordon fell to the right knee. Gordon paid attention to the coach before going in the training session.
NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport reported Monday that Gordon was diagnosed with a 2nd grade MCL sprain after an MRI Sunday night, according to a source. Gordon will spend a few weeks, but if it is returned at the end of the regular season, everything will be fine.
Before departing, Gordon made 61 meters and started touching 10.
"His knee is swollen right now," said Anthony Lynn, the charger. "We do not know exactly what it is. We will get more evaluation tomorrow, and we'll do it later".
Gordon has struggled with hamstring issues since he was forced to gain Titans over Week 7, but Lynn told Sunday that the knee had an unprotected leg injury.
Gordon carries chargers with 802 meters and nine touchdowns, 153 carriers, 45 catches 453 meters and four touchdowns. The loss of potential lost time would be 8-3 for the post-season.
The chargers have been compatible with Austin Ekeler, 103 meters and 68 wounded and a touchdown against Cardinals. For the second year, while Gordon's size and power is lacking, Ekeler is capable of 5-foot 10 and 200 pounds, a team that is on a Sunday shows 10 catches.