2nd Opinion on Malcom Floyd’s Knee Shows No Structural Damage

Nov 25, 2012; San Diego, CA, USA; San Diego Chargers receiver Malcom Floyd (80) scores on a 27-yard touchdown reception in the second quarter against the Baltimore Ravens at Qualcomm Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Kirby Lee/Image of Sport-USA TODAY Sports

There was good news on the second opinion for Malcom Floyd and his knee strain, there was no structural damage and he is free to come back when he feels ready:

We just have to know how long it will take till he feels ready. When is that knee going to feel good enough for him to get back out on the practice field and then into a regular season game? Will it be the Monday Night Opener against the Houston Texans?

Floyd is a big part of the team’s offense. He has a great chemistry with Philip Rivers and is a threat on 3rd downs and in the red zone. He brings down the football when Philip Rivers throws it up for grabs. He is one of the guys that Philip trusts on offense and he is the number 1 receiver right now. We need him to be healthy this year if we want to compete. We already lost Danario Alexander and can’t afford to be without M80. Good to hear that he will be out there this season.

Topics: Nfl Offseason, San Diego Chargers

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  • tubbs45
    • Calum Thompson

      fantastic

    • arnie

      Yeah i feel like that…GO BOLTS!

  • CALiFORNiAkiD

    yes!

  • Gunnar Martin

    Yay! Now I’m sure that he’ll be out there vs. Houston if it all depends on how he feels about it. I trust that he will have the determination to be out there no matter what, even if he has to tough it out. You rock M80!!

    • arnie

      I would like to see him, with a knee brace, as a precaution upon his return.

  • OregonCopper

    since chemistry with PR isn’t an issue, I’d like to see M80 shut it down til September…just some strengthening and endurance stuff and no contact… he’s not an underneath/over the middle guy anyway, but he is injury prone…

    The Not For Long league better figure out the key(s) to the injuries and some better prevention or the fan base just might get discouraged and find some where else to spend $$$…

    Go Bolts!!

  • Sergio Quintero

    Now we all can take that sigh of relief!!

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