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Chargers' Floyd Signs One-Year Tender

San Diego Chargers restricted free agent wide receiver Malcolm Floyd signed his one-year tender today, the team announced on its official Web site.
Floyd was assigned a second-round tender of $1.545 million.
Floyd, who has been absent from the offseason conditioning program, plans to report to an Organized Team Activity session on Monday.
“I just can’t describe how good it feels to be back with the guys,” Floyd told Chargers.com. “I’ve stressed about the contract stuff for a while, but I’m glad it’s all over. I’m ready to go to work.”
Floyd caught 27 passes for 465 yards and four touchdowns last season.
In five NFL seasons, Floyd has registered 52 career receptions for 821 yards and eight touchdowns. 

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3 Responses to “Chargers' Floyd Signs One-Year Tender”
  1. Northernmost Bolthead says: May 15, 2009 3:44 PM

    Attaboy, Malcom in the Middle!
    (Between Jackson and Chambers).
    You should be tickled PINK, FLOYD.
    I have never seen more athletic catches per opportunity than the Malcomator.
    How Naanee and Floyd will compete with Gates/Chambers/Jackson and LT/Sproles
    for the ball, I do not know. But I’ll say six TDs for Floyd this year, and SD will
    be in the top 7 teams in both running and passing. (OOOOOH, that’s a stretch, I know.)
    DENVER 3 SAN DIEGO 78

  2. lilraider says: May 15, 2009 3:49 PM

    So a guy catches 20+ passes and gets paid more than a million dollars.
    It must be hard for players from the 70s and 80s to not feel envious.

  3. Boltschick says: May 15, 2009 4:32 PM

    This makes me so happy! Yippee! :)
    Malcolm Floyd is one of the most underrated wide receivers in the league. He has excellent hands and has made some spectacular catches.
    I wonder if Kevin Acee’s article the other day persuaded him to sign his tender?
    He is tough, as evident by his punctured lung he received in the Chiefs game which unfortunately slowed him for the rest of the season.
    It is believed he was injured in the first quarter but he did play the entire game.
    He is a fine receiver with a great work ethic which he showed by beating out first rounder Buster Davis for the number three receiver role during the season.

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