Los Angeles Chargers quarterback Philip Rivers has been cleared to play in Week 11. The good news comes via the team’s official website, which says Rivers received clearance from an independent neurological consultant.
Philip Rivers has been cleared to play by an independent neurological consultant. pic.twitter.com/7JauUNVqX7
— Los Angeles Chargers (@Chargers) November 18, 2017
Rivers was in concussion protocol all week. His presence on the field against the Buffalo Bills definitely gives the Chargers the best opportunity to snap their two-game losing streak.
The 35-year-old quarterback has yet to ever miss a single game since starting for the Chargers in 2006. Rivers and the Chargers host the Bills this Sunday, and they will be featuring rookie quarterback Nathan Peterman.