Chargers TE Ladarius Green limited with hamstring issue

SAN DIEGO – A new player appeared Thursday on this week’s injury report for the San Diego Chargers.

Tight end Ladarius Green was a limited participant with a hamstring injury. Green has not missed a game this season and played in 21 snaps for the Chargers last Sunday, finishing with four catches for 64 yards in the Chargers' victory at Buffalo.

The real test for Green will be if he can fully participate in practice on Friday, and ultimately show San Diego’s training staff that he can move well enough during pregame workouts in order to take the field against Jacksonville on Sunday.

Other than Green, the injury report was the same for San Diego. For a second straight day, outside linebacker Jeremiah Attaochu (hamstring), cornerback Jason Verrett (hamstring), running back Ryan Mathews (knee), linebacker Reggie Walker (ankle), center Rich Ohrnberger (back), tight end David Johnson (shoulder) and linebacker Manti Te'o (foot) did not practice.

Players who fully participated in practice on Thursday include receiver Keenan Allen (groin), cornerback Brandon Flowers (hip), safety Marcus Gilchrist (shoulder) and tight end Antonio Gates (hamstring).

Also, the Chargers announced that sponsors picked up the tab for enough tickets to avoid a potential local television blackout of San Diego’s game on Sunday against the Jaguars.