Josh Palmer, whose real name is Joshua Keith Palmer, is a Canadian wide receiver in the National Football League (NFL) who plays for the Los Angeles Chargers. His followers are worried about his injuries, and you can read all the details you need to know about it on this page.
What Happened to Joshua Palmer?
Due to a knee injury, Los Angeles Chargers wide receiver Joshua Palmer will not play against the New York Jets on Monday, November 6, 2023. Despite not practicing, Palmer leads the Chargers in receiving yards (377) and receptions (23). Scroll down for the Tweet:
INJURY REPORT: Joshua Palmer (knee) misses another practice on Friday
— The Fantasy Source (@FantasySource_) November 3, 2023
He saw just three receptions for 24 yards last week against the Chicago Bears because of knee issues. We’re hoping he’ll recover quickly. We send him our best regards. Below is information regarding Joshua’s career.
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When Did Joshua Palmer Start Playing Football?
Palmer grew up in Brampton, Ontario, the son of Keith and Alethia Palmer. His sisters are Lanisha and Keiana.At St. Roch Catholic Secondary School, he played basketball, ran track, and played football. He was named the “St. Roch’s Junior Athlete of the Year” in the tenth grade.
He was a wide receiver and defensive back in the ninth and tenth grades, helping St. Roch win two JV football titles. He also played for the Burlington Stampeders of the Ontario Football Conference and the Brampton Bulldogs.
Many Division I football teams pursued Palmer after he attended summer football clinics across the nation. After that, he attended St. Thomas Aquinas High School in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, for his final two years of high school.
In the summer before his senior year, Palmer committed to play collegiate football at Syracuse as a three-star prospect. At the conclusion of his senior year, he had eight touchdowns and 32 receptions for 506 yards, which earned him a spot on the Class 7A All-State second team.
Prior to beginning his professional playing career, he played during his time in college. He put a lot of effort into becoming well-known. For further updates on the health, injuries, and other matters pertaining to other stars, you can follow our Twitter account.