Flowers was released by the Chargers on Tuesday, Ricky Henne of the Chargers' official site reports. After a great first season with the Chargers in 2014, during which he recorded three interceptions, Flowers' production declined during the last two years. Injuries have plagued the veteran cornerback, as he has played in just 17 games over the last two seasons combined. Flowers also was due $9 million in 2017, and his release saves the Chargers $7 million of that money, so his departure is a financial move by the team in advance of free agency starting March 9. As long as teams aren't scared away by his medical past, Flowers should find a spot on an NFL roster come September.
Flowers (concussion) was placed on injured reserve Wednesday, Ricky Henne of Chargers.com reports. Flowers had missed three consecutive games due to concussion symptoms before the team ultimately made the decision to end his season for good. In just six appearances throughout his 2016 campaign, Flowers managed 28 tackles, five passes defensed, and one interception returned for a touchdown. Trovon Reed and Trevor Williams figure to see expanded roles with Flowers sidelined.
Flowers (concussion) will not play in Sunday's game against the Panthers. Flowers hasn't practiced or played since suffering a concussion in Week 10. Look for Craig Mager and Trovon Reed to fill in for Flowers across from Casey Hayward once again.
Flowers (concussion) did not practice Wednesday. Flowers hasn't suited up the past two games as he remains under the NFL's concussion protocol. He'll need to get back on the practice field in order to have any chance at playing Sunday against the Panthers.
Flowers (concussion) will not play Sunday against the Buccaneers. Flowers was unable to practice all week, ending any chance that the veteran cornerback would be able to suit up Sunday. Once again, Craig Mager and Trovon Reed will take over the majority of snaps at cornerback opposite Casey Hayward.