Both are expected to be available Oct. 23 at the New York Jets.
“We have some guys that have been banged around pretty good,” Head Coach Norv Turner said. “I don’t see right now any one of the guys that played in the game yesterday being in jeopardy of missing the (Jets) game.”
“It’s quite a milestone,” Turner said.
McMichael is the team’s fourth-leading receiver with 15 catches, but wore a plethora of hats against Denver, making two special teams tackles, playing a lead role in backfield pass protection and finishing the game at fullback.
Weddle, who’s never had a three-interception season, made it a focus this offseason after a few missed opportunities last year. The safety, though, said he won’t allow it to shake his confidence and feels there will be more opportunities soon if he keeps putting himself in good position.“The old E-Dub showed his ugly face in the game,” Weddle said. “I can’t let it affect me. In the past, it would’ve, but myself and this team, we’re all about the next play, good, bad or indifferent.”