Chargers Quarterback Fully Participates in Practice

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COSTA MESA (CNS) - Los Angeles Chargers quarterback Philip Rivers fully participated in today's practice, a day after practicing on a limited basis because of what coach Anthony Lynn called ``self-reported concussion symptoms.''

Rivers has not been cleared to play in Sunday's game against the Buffalo Bills at StubHub Center, Lynn said.

``We think he'll play, but that's up to the doctors,'' Lynn said at the team's practice facility in Costa Mesa, the Hoag Performance Center. ``That's not my decision.''

Rivers has played every offensive play this season and started every Chargers regular-season game since the start of the 2006 season, 185 consecutive games.

Lynn said on Monday he did not know what play Rivers was injured on during Sunday's 20-17 overtime loss to the Jacksonville Jaguars.

Rivers was not sacked but was hit five times. He tackled Jaguars cornerback A.J. Bouye at the Chargers 2-yard line at the end of a 51-yard interception return on what turned out to be the Chargers final offensive play.

A player is considered to have had limited participation in practice if he takes part in less than 100 percent of his usual repetitions.

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