The Los Angeles Chargers announced that rookie guard Forrest Lamp will miss the rest of the season with a torn ACL in his right knee. Lamp, a second round pick by the Chargers, suffered the injury during practice and had to be carted off the field. After undergoing examinations, Lamp was declared out for season. Lamp was on his way to earning a starting spot in the offensive line that will protect veteran starter Rivers next season. Lamp’s loss was a solid blow for the Chargers, who have yet to determine when first-round wideout Mike Williams will return from a back injury that bothered him all offseason.

The Chargers are aiming to strengthen their offensive line after Rivers threw 21 interceptions last season. According to Daniel Jeremiah of NFL Network, the Chargers’ weak offensive line last season forced Rivers to throw the ball more rather than utilize their running corps. Jeremiah called Lamp as the best interior lineman in the draft, expecting them to become a force to reckon with in his rookie year. The Chargers also drafted interior lineman Dan Feeney in the third round. He was working as center during camp but he could be moved to guard to compensate for Lamp’s loss.

Rams lost defensive end to ACL injury

The Los Angeles Rams also lost defensive end Dominique Easley for the season after suffering the third torn ACL of his career.

Easley suffered two torn ACL injuries in college but the New England Patriots took a chance on him by using a first-round pick in 2014 before he was cut in 2016. In his first two years with coach Bill Belichick, Easley tallied 25 combined tackles, 3.0 sacks and one interception in 22 games. In his first year with the Rams, Easley suited up in 16 games, he tallied 35 combined tackles and 3.5 sacks.

Texans’ wideout broke collarbone

According to Ian Rapoport of NFL Network Insider, Houston Texans wide receiver Will Fuller suffered a broken collarbone during practice. The team said there is no timetable on his return. The 23-year-old Fuller caught 47 catches on 92 targets last year but he is expected to play a bigger role in Bill O'Brien's offensive scheme next season.

Now, Fuller will have to focus on rehab and recovery with his return still to be determined. In place of Fuller, the Texans will develop quarterback-turned-receiver Braxton Miller, whom they drafted in 2016. Last season, he caught 15 passes for 99 yards and a touchdown in 10 games. The Texans are looking for a second receiving threat behind DeAndre Hopkins.