SAN DIEGO — Joey Bosa’s holdout turned ugly Wednesday when the San Diego Chargers pulled their contract offer to the first-round draft pick and said they’ll restructure a new deal that would reflect him playing less than a full season.

Bosa has missed all of training camp as his agents and the team wrangle over how much of his $17 million signing bonus he’ll get up front, as well as offset language in case he gets cut.

The Chargers were counting on the former Ohio State star to help bolster their pass rush and bring some excitement to a season that could be pivotal to their future in San Diego.

It’s not clear whether Bosa is willing to sit out the season. Also unclear is how the situation could affect the Chargers’ push for $1.1 billion in a public subsidy for a new downtown stadium, which could be their last chance at remaining in San Diego.

At the very least, the team is willing to continue to play hardball with Bosa.

The Chargers said in a statement that they gave Bosa’s agents their best offer Tuesday night and it was rejected Wednesday.

“The offer that we extended was for Joey to contribute during all 16 games and beyond,” the team said. “Joey’s ability to contribute for an entire rookie season has now been jeopardized by the valuable time he has missed with his coaches and his teammates. Since Joey will not report at this time, his ability to produce not just early in the season, but throughout the entire season, has been negatively impacted.”

Bosa is the only first-rounder who hasn’t signed with his team.

San Diego said it offered an initial signing bonus payment larger than any draftee received in the past two drafts, and more money in 2016 than any draftee except Eagles quarterback Carson Wentz.

One of Bosa’s agents at CAA Sports, Tom Condon, has sparred plenty with the Chargers over the years. He represented Eli Manning, whose family didn’t want the Chargers to take him with the No. 1 pick overall in 2004. San Diego took him anyway, then traded him to the New York Giants for Philip Rivers. Condon also represented Drew Brees, LaDainian Tomlinson and Marty Schottenheimer, all of whom had unhappy departures from the team.

The rhetoric accelerated earlier this month when Cheryl Bosa, Joey’s mother, posted a remark toward the Chargers on Facebook. In a reply to someone frustrated by the impasse, she wrote: “It bums me out for him so much. Wish we pulled an Eli Manning on draft day.”

Bosa’s father, John, is a former Dolphins first-round draft pick.

The Chargers’ statement on Bosa came just 30 minutes after they released an economic study that shows a combined downtown stadium and an off-site expansion to the city’s convention center will result in a “significant positive impact” on San Diego’s convention and hotel industry. The Chargers will ask voters on Nov. 8 to approve a 4 percent increase in the hotel tax to help pay for the $1.8 billion project.

JETS: Geno Smith remains the No. 2 quarterback and will play Saturday night after starter Ryan Fitzpatrick in the exhibition game against the Giants.

There had been some uncertainty about the pecking order of the backups after Bryce Petty had a good performance and Smith struggled against Washington. Coach Todd Bowles also had been vague about the situation a few days ago.

VIKINGS: Quarterback Teddy Bridgewater said he’ll play this weekend in the first game at the team’s new stadium.

Bridgewater was coy after practice about his shoulder injury but said “of course” when asked if he’s expecting to take the field Sunday. The Vikings host San Diego, and the third exhibition is typically when the starters play the longest in the preseason.

49ERS: Quarterback Colin Kaepernick is on track to make his first appearance of the preseason against Green Bay after his tired shoulder made it through a full week of practice without any limitations.

“Everything has been going great,” Kaepernick said. “Everything has been going as planned. I’m excited to get back out there Friday.”

PANTHERS: Coach Ron Rivera said defensive tackle Kawann Short is “too important a player” for the team not to sign him to a long-term contract.

Short has one year remaining on his rookie deal. He’s outperformed his current contract, recording 11 sacks last season while twice being named NFC player of the month.

JAGUARS: Receiver Justin Blackmon was given a one-year suspended sentence and probation for driving under the influence in Oklahoma.

Blackmon was sentenced in his hometown of Ardmore.