Floyd (ankle) is listed as active Sunday in Oakland, Ben Goessling of ESPN.com reports. Floyd missed three games following surgery to remove cartilage from his knee, but after building up his practice reps during the week, the defensive tackle will make his first appearance since Week 6.
Floyd (ankle) is listed as probable for Sunday's game in Oakland. After missing the past three games, Floyd was a limited practice participant Wednesday and Thursday, before finally logging a full session Friday. He may not see his usual snap count, but he figures to get the start.
Floyd (ankle) was limited in practice on Wednesday, 1500ESPN.com reports. Floyd has missed the last three games after undergoing knee surgery to remove cartilage. His status heading into Sunday's matchup with Raiders is still up in the air, but the official confirmation will likely arrive Friday, so fantasy owners should stay tuned until then.
Floyd (ankle) has been ruled out for Sunday's game against the Rams, ESPN.com reports. With Floyd missing a third straight game, Tom Johnson figures to get another start alongside Linval Joseph at defensive tackle. Floyd hasn't been ruled out beyond Sunday.
Floyd (ankle) has been ruled out for Sunday's game in Chicago, ESPN's Ben Goessling reports. Floyd recently underwent a procedure to remove a piece of cartilage from his left ankle. He was never expected to be ready by Sunday and can now officially be ruled out for a second straight game. Tom Johnson (probable-knee) will likely replace Floyd in the starting lineup.