Los Angeles Chargers wide receiver Quentin Johnston suffered an injury while playing against the Baltimore Ravens on Sunday. He was injured in the third quarter of the game.

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After he suffered an injury during the play. He was down on the field and eventually went to the medical tent. The game currently stands in favor of the Ravens by 13-3.

This season, the Los Angeles Chargers’ wide receiver depth chart has seen multiple injuries. Quentin Johnston, a first-round rookie wide receiver, was already having trouble stepping in for Keenan Allen. He sustained an injury on Sunday night that could make the Chargers’ pass-catching corps even more thin.

After Justin Herbert’s pass was incomplete in the third quarter, Johnston stayed on the field. Following the incompletion, defensive back Brandon Stephens of the Baltimore Ravens landed on top of Johnston.

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The 21st overall selection in the April draft, Quentin Johnston, was anticipated to play a bigger role following Mike Williams’ season-ending injury. But even though he has seen more targets in recent weeks, Johnston has had trouble adjusting to life in the NFL. In his rookie season, he has only scored one touchdown and only managed 50 or more receiving yards in one game.

He weighs 215 pounds and is 6 feet 4 inches tall. Known for his quickness, agility, and ability to make big plays, Johnston made a name for himself at TCU during his three years there. He caught 155 passes for 2,356 yards during that time, scoring 19 touchdowns. He was selected to the first team of the Big 12 in both his sophomore and junior seasons due to his exceptional play.

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Due to Johnston’s injury, Jalen Guyton will likely play more opposite Allen, with journeyman Alex Erickson and rookie Derius David also being involved.