Los Angeles Chargers star Joey Bosa exits home loss in first quarter after suffering groin injury

INGLEWOOD, Calif. - Los Angeles Chargers edge rusher Joey Bosa suffered a groin injury in the first quarter of the Jacksonville Jaguars' 38-10 victory and did not return.

Veteran linebacker Kyle Van Noy and second-year pro Chris Rumph II took over opposite of Khalil Mack. Bosa finished with one tackle in the loss.

Bosa joins a significant list of Chargers starters who are dealing with injuries.

Quarterback Justin Herbert suffered a fracture to his rib cartilage only 10 days ago, but started Sunday.

Receiver Keenan Allen, who suffered a hamstring injury in Week 1, is inactive against the Jaguars, along with veteran center Corey Linsley, who has a knee issue, and cornerback J.C. Jackson, who has an ongoing ankle situation.

Los Angeles has now lost two straight.