SAN DIEGO — San Diego Chargers wide receiver Stevie Johnson will miss the season with a knee injury, Coach Mike McCoy confirmed Thursday.

Johnson hurt his right knee during the second practice of training camp while getting up to run downfield after making a diving catch. The nine-year pro underwent surgery Tuesday and was told Wednesday that his season was done.

“It’s an unfortunate situation,” McCoy said. “I had a great conversation with Stevie last night and for what happened, he had a great mindset.”

Johnson, who’s often used as a slot receiver, missed six games last year with hamstring and groin issues. He had 45 catches for three touchdowns and 497 yards.

COLTS: Indianapolis will be without starting defensive end Kendall Langford for 3 to 4 weeks after having arthroscopic surgery on his injured knee.

JETS: Muhammad Wilkerson sat out out New York’s preseason opener against Jacksonville, two days after being activated from the physically unable to perform list.

BILLS: Safety Aaron Williams and wide receiver Dez Lewis were injured following a hard collision at the team’s practice.

THURSDAY’S GAMES

EAGLES 17, BUCCANEERS 9: Philadelphia needed 1:37 to score its only touchdowns at home.

The Eagles covered a mere 27 yards on their two drives to the end zone, with each series lasting three plays after Buccaneers fumbles. Ryan Mathews had a 5-yard TD run to make it 7-0 after Tampa Bay fumbled the opening kickoff.

Chase Daniel scooted 3 yards for the second score after Jameis Winston had the ball stripped.

FALCONS 23, WASHINGTON 17: Matt Schaub passed for 179 yards, leading three scoring drives, and Atlanta won at home.

Schaub began his career with the Falcons as Michael Vick’s backup from 2004-06. He played seven seasons as Houston’s starter, and the past two years with Baltimore and Oakland.

RAVENS 22, PANTHERS 19: Cam Newton directed a 68-yard drive in his only series, then stepped aside as Carolina lost at Baltimore.

JETS 17, JAGUARS 13: Blake Bortles led Jacksonville on two scoring drives, the second capped by Chris Ivory’s 1-yard run against his former team, in a loss to the New York Jets at East Rutherford, New Jersey.

BRONCOS 22, BEARS 0: Mark Sanchez made a strong opening argument for Denver’s starting quarterback job, throwing for 99 yards and a touchdown in the first quarter at Chicago.