"He looked real good," Chargers coach Anthony Lynn said, per Jack Wang of the Daily News. "He did some start-and-stop stuff, a little bit of change of direction. It's just so soon. It was amazing how he looked today. ... He's been doing some stuff on the side all along, but today, he kind of took it to another level."
Henry's rehab seems to be going very well, but he remains a long shot to return this season. While general manager Tom Telesco opted to put Henry on the physically unable to perform list rather than shutting him down, there are a plethora of variables that remain undecided. Telesco is acutely aware of the challenges ahead.
"The odds are much more that he'll play next year and not this year, we know that," Telesco told the Chargers' official website on Sept. 3. "But we'll be very, very smart with it. Everything would have to perfectly line up. We would never jeopardize Hunter's long-term prospect with doing something now."