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The San Diego Chargers lost receiver Dontrelle Inman to a neck injury and cornerback Brandon Flowers to a knee injury in the first quarter of their game against the Denver Broncos on Sunday.
Inman was immobilized on a backboard and taken off the field on a cart after he was sandwiched by safety David Bruton Jr. and linebacker Brandon Marshall.
Chargers coach Mike McCoy said after the game that "everything is looking good as of right now and they are going to run a few more tests" on Inman, who was able to move his extremities before being taken from the field.
"Yes he was. He was moving his hand when I was out there with him. Before they took him away he was moving his hands and his feet. They asked him to move a few things and do some things and he responded to all of those things, which was great," McCoy said.
Inman, who had moved into the starting lineup after Keenan Allen suffered a season-ending kidney injury on Nov. 1, was hit after making a 15-yard catch for a first down. The drive ended with Josh Lambo missing a 48-yard field goal.
A few plays later, Flowers hurt his left knee in a collision with Broncos tight end Owen Daniels. He too was taken off the field on a cart.
The Broncos (10-2) won the game 17-3, but they lost several players in the process.
Running back C.J. Anderson went out with an ankle injury. Tight end Vernon Davis and linebacker Danny Trevathan left with head injuries, returner Omar Bolden injured a hamstring and safety David Bruton Junior was helped off late in the game with a knee injury.
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The Killers Frontman Brandon Flowers Has Had Enough Of Their Annual Charity Christmas Song.
Picture: The Killers - IHeartRadio Music Festival 2015 held at MGM Grand Garden Arena - Day 1 - Las Vegas, Nevada, United States - Friday 18th...
The Human rockers have released a festive track every year since 2006 to raise money for AIDS charity (RED), but Brandon is hoping he can pass the torch on to another musician because is ready to stop the tradition.
"I was 23 and I got a call from Bono about doing an ad for Gap to support the (RED) campaign, but I wasn't feeling being in an ad, so offered to write a Christmas song and it just became a tradition", he tells NME magazine.
"It raises money for people who need it so that's wonderful, but we've almost got enough for an album now and I'm starting to see the end. Every year I figure I'm going to spend three days on it and it ends up being more like three weeks.
"I think we're about ready to wrap it up. In a perfect world, I'd get some other artist to carry t... http://www.contactmusic.com/the-killers/news/brandon-flowers-wants-to-quit-annual-christmas-songs_5075124