Chargers QB Herbert has fracture to rib cartilage

by Ricardo Gutierrez - Chargers quarterback Justin Herbert has a fracture to his rib cartilage and is considered day-to-day, coach Brandon Staley said Friday.

Los Angeles Chargers QB Justin Herbert day-to-day with fracture to rib cartilage play Herbert injures ribs after taking big hit (0:26) Justin Herbert exits to the sideline after taking a big hit to the ribs late in the fourth quarter. (0:26) 5:29 PM ET ESPN Los Angeles Chargers quarterback Justin Herbert has a fracture to his rib cartilage, coach Brandon Staley said Friday. Editor's Picks NFL Week 2 betting odds, picks, tips: Bengals rebound; Bucs in trouble? 1h ESPN Betting and Fantasy Analysts 2 Related Herbert is day-to-day, Staley said. Herbert suffered the injury during Los Angeles' 27-24 loss to Kansas City on Thursday night when he was hit by Chiefs defensive end Mike Danna with 5:09 remaining in the game. After lying on the field for an extended period, Hebert missed one play before returning. He then was immediately crushed between Chiefs pass-rushers Frank Clark and George Karlaftis but remained in the game. The 1-1 Chargers host Jacksonville in Week 3.