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Chargers WR Malcom Floyd Suffered A Torn Labrum Monday Night

According to Michael Gehlken, Chargers WR Malcom Floyd suffered a torn labrum during Monday Night’s game and is being examined to determine if it is a season-ending injury.

HC Mike McCoy said on Tuesday that Floyd was believed to be “day-to-day” after exiting Week 9 with an apparent shoulder injury, per Tom Krasovic.

The injury appears to be more serious than originally thought, as McCoy was optimistic that he would have time to recover over the team’s Week 10 bye.

Floyd, 34, announced back in June that this would be his final season in the NFL, so it is likely that he has seen his last snap of his career.

Floyd also sustained a serous neck injury back in 2013 that could have ended his career. However, Floyd was able to return last season and go on to appear in all 16 games for the Chargers.

In 2015, Floyd places as the third leading receiver in the Chargers’ offense with 21 receptions for 409 yards and three touchdowns. Pro Football Focus ranks Floyd as the No. 43 overall receiver out of 118 possible qualifiers.

We will provide more information regarding Floy’d injury as the news becomes available.

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