Chargers’ Derwin James ejected for vicious hit that injured Colts receiver

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Los Angeles Chargers wellbeing Derwin James was catapulted from the group’s 20-3 “Monday Night Football” prevail upon the Indianapolis Foals for a horrendous hit.

James was making his initial beginning since experiencing a quad injury in the Chargers’ misfortune to the Las Vegas Bandits on Dec. 4. He previously had an interference on the prior night laying a merciless cap to-protective cap hit on Foals wide collector Ashton Dulin at Lucas Oil Arena.

James drove with the crown of his cap, and the break of the hit could be heard on the transmission. Dulin was considered an unprotected recipient, bringing about the punishment. Dulin didn’t get up from the hit until clinical staff helped him off.

Dulin was promptly taken to the clinical tent after the impact and was precluded until the end of the game with a blackout. The authorities launched out James after Dulin was removed the field. Only two plays prior, James was required an alternate individual foul, getting a facemask punishment while endeavoring to handle Foals collector, Michael Pittman.

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