Chargers say Malcom Floyd has knee strain

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Chargers wide receiver Malcom Floyd has a strained knee, the club said on its website Monday night.

Per Chargers.com, there wasn’t any other information on the injury.

A strain is an injury to a tendon or muscle, not a ligament.

The Chargers’ top wide receiver in 2012, the 31-year-old Floyd was injured in practice earlier on Monday and was taken off the field via cart.

The 6-foot-5, 225-pound Floyd has been a field-stretching threat in San Diego’s offense in recent seasons. He’s had at least 12 catches of 20 yards or more in the last four campaigns.

In 2012, Floyd started a career-best 14 games, catching 56 passes for 814 yards and five touchdowns.

18 responses to “Chargers say Malcom Floyd has knee strain

  1. Chargers: Wins going back 4 seasons

    2009
    August 22 at Arizona Cardinals W 17–6
    September 4 San Francisco 49ers W 26–7
    September 14 at Oakland Raiders W 24–20
    September 27 Miami Dolphins W 23–13
    October 25 at Kansas City Chiefs W 37–7
    November 1 Oakland Raiders W 24–16
    November 8 at New York Giants W 21–20
    November 15 Philadelphia Eagles W 31–23
    November 22 at Denver Broncos W 32–3
    November 29 Kansas City Chiefs W 43–14
    December 6 at Cleveland Browns W 30–23
    December 13 at Dallas Cowboys W 20–17
    December 20 Cincinnati Bengals W 27–24
    December 25 at Tennessee Titans W 42–17
    January 3 Washington Redskins W 23–20

    2010
    August 14 Chicago Bears W 25–10
    September 19 Jacksonville Jaguars W 38–13
    October 3 Arizona Cardinals W 41–10
    October 31 Tennessee Titans W 33–25
    November 7 at Houston Texans W 29–23
    November 22 Denver Broncos W 35–14
    November 28 at Indianapolis Colts W 36–14
    December 12 Kansas City Chiefs W 31–0
    December 16 San Francisco 49ers W 34–7
    January 2 at Denver Broncos W 33–28

    2011
    August 21 at Dallas Cowboys W 20–7
    August 27 at Arizona Cardinals W 34–31
    September 11 Minnesota Vikings W 24–17
    September 25 Kansas City Chiefs W 20–17
    October 2 Miami Dolphins W 26–16
    October 9 at Denver Broncos W 29–24
    December 5 at Jacksonville Jaguars W 38–14
    December 11 Buffalo Bills W 37–10
    December 18 Baltimore Ravens W 34–14
    January 1 at Oakland Raiders W 38–26

    2012
    August 9 Green Bay Packers W 21–13
    August 18 Dallas Cowboys W 28–20
    August 24 at Minnesota Vikings W 12–10
    September 10 at Oakland Raiders W 22–14
    September 16 Tennessee Titans W 38–10
    September 30 at Kansas City Chiefs W 37–20
    November 1 Kansas City Chiefs W 31–13
    December 9 at Pittsburgh Steelers W 34–24
    December 23 at New York Jets W 27–17
    December 30 Oakland Raiders W 24–21

  2. The guy has played in a weak division his whole career. The Jags showed up every now and then but generally it was a cakewalk. Then as soon as the Texans become a legitimate team Freeney and Peyton migrate to the weakest division in the NFL. It doesn’t surprise me Freeney doesn’t want to play against a tough division.

  3. @bigbeachball: Why would you take the time to post such nonsense? Who cares (besides chargers fan) about regular season wins?

    Playoff victories are what matter, everything else is fluff and fill.

    Go Raiders

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