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San Diego Chargers

Stadium: Qualcomm Stadium | Coach: Mike McCoy
Team RankingOverallRushingPassing
Offense23rd196.0 (1st)122.0 (32nd)
Defense29th113.0 (17th)326.0 (30th)
Malcom Floyd 'looks good' at Chargers workouts
by Dave Richard | Senior Fantasy Writer

Malcom Floyd hurt his neck last September and missed the rest of the season. While his career might have been in jeopardy when he was carted off the field, signs actually point to him having a chance to keep playing. 

Floyd was in attendance when the Chargers met for the start of their offseason workouts. He has been cleared to run and do light weightlifting but hasn't been cleared for football activities. U-T San Diego reports that Floyd will weigh all considerations including the risk of re-injuring his neck, before making a decision on his playing future.

"He looks good," teammate Philip Rivers said Tuesday. "He has that smile like he always does. That was a tough injury. I think it was tough on him, tougher than maybe we know. ... Hopefully, he can keep progressing, and we'll see where he stands, if he's ready to roll or not. You'd hate for it to end the way it did. Hopefully, he's back rolling. He looks good and himself from all I've seen."

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Chargers keep Corey Liuget around
by Dave Richard | Senior Fantasy Writer

The Chargers have extended the contract of defensive lineman Corey Liuget by exercising the fifth-year option in his contract, worth nearly $7 million, according to U-T San Diego. It will keep him with the Chargers through the 2015 season.

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Malcom Floyd's status still uncertain
by Jamey Eisenberg | Senior Fantasy Writer

Even though Chargers receiver Malcom Floyd plans to attend the team's voluntary workouts April 22, it doesn't mean his football career is back on track, reports the Union-Tribune San Diego.

Floyd continues to recover from a neck injury suffered in September. His participation in the offseason workouts will be more limited than most of his teammates, according to the report.

The report also added that no decision has been made whether Floyd will be able to continue playing. For weeks, Floyd has been running and lifting. While the injury did not require surgery, it demanded a long recovery. Risk of re-injury will be assessed before any decision about Floyd's return to the field is made.

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Malcom Floyd aiming for comeback
by Dave Richard | Senior Fantasy Writer

Receiver Malcom Floyd told the Chargers official team website he's planning to participate in offseason workouts beginning next week. Floyd has been running and working out but has yet to be cleared for football activities. The veteran hurt his neck on what was otherwise an impressive outing (five receptions, 102 yards) at Philadelphia in Week 2 last season. 

"You never know when your last play is going to be," he said. "There are a lot of things I wish I could change coming into this year, and I don't want to say I have a chip on my shoulder, but more than ever before I want to be there for my team. ... I missed my teammates, the fans and the entire staff here.  I missed just being able to do what a normal human being does.  But now that I'm feeling normal, I feel myself getting into beast mode.  I'm ready for the season to start."

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