Floyd suffered a concussion during Sunday's loss to the Broncos, Tom Krasovic of the San Diego Union-Tribune reports.
This was an unfortunate reminder of why Floyd decided that Sunday's game would be his last. He's still capable of contributing as a blocker and big-play threat, but his history of head and neck issues was already a major concern. It's unclear what San Diego's receiving corps will look like in 2015, as the only sure thing is that Keenan Allen (kidney) will be the No. 1 wideout. Stevie Johnson (groin) and Dontrelle Inman are also under contract, whereas tight ends Antonio Gates and Ladarius Green can both become unrestricted free agents. The Chargers may search for an external solution to replace Floyd in the No. 2 wideout role, as neither Johnson nor Inman was particularly impressive this season.
Floyd was targeted three times, recording a 27-yard reception in Sunday's win over Miami.
Since returning to the lineup four weeks ago, Floyd has totaled just six catches for 110 yards and no touchdowns. The mediocre production can't be attributed to a lack of playing time, he's been on the field for 259 out of 301 offensive plays over the past four weeks. Instead, it seems as though Floyd is phasing out of San Diego's offense. The veteran receiver has caught three or more passes just five times out of 13 games this season after tallying 14 such games in 2014.
Floyd caught three passes on nine targets for 56 yards Sunday against the Chiefs.
Floyd had a terrible drop on a long pass that could have gone for a touchdown, and while he slightly made up for it later on a 41-yard gain, it was another poor effort from the Chargers passing game. On the plus side, Floyd came into Sunday with three straight games under 20 yards, so while he broke that streak, he's now gone four straight without a touchdown.
Floyd had one reception on four targets for 15 yards in Sunday's loss to the Broncos.
Floyd also lost a fumble in a roundly disappointing game for the Chargers. Since coming back from his neck injury, Floyd has managed only two catches on eight targets. He will look to get back in the swing of things next week against the Chiefs.
Floyd has one reception on four targets for 12 yards in Sunday's win at Jacksonville.
Coming back from a serious shoulder injury, Floyd didn't do much in this game, but his presence probably helped get other guys open at least. It's not clear how much the shoulder actually bothered him in this game, but the Bolts face a tough Denver secondary next week, so you probably shouldn't expect a huge performance from Floyd in Week 13 either way.
Floyd (shoulder) is active for Sunday's game at Jacksonville.
Despite a serious shoulder injury that threatened to end his season, Floyd only ended up missing one game. The Chargers' passing offense should get a big boost with him in this game.
Floyd (shoulder) is listed as probable for Sunday's game in Jacksonville.
There was some thought that Floyd could miss the rest of the season, but he's instead on track to miss just one game, having logged limited practices Wednesday and Thursday, followed by a full practice Friday afternoon. His expected return, in a highly favorable matchup, will likely lead to fewer snaps for Dontrelle Inman and Javontee Herndon.
Floyd (shoulder) practiced in a limited fashion Thursday.
Floyd's availability for Sunday's game against the Jaguars has yet to be clarified, though hopefully the release of Friday's final Week 12 injury report will add some clarity to his status for the contest.
Floyd (shoulder) was limited at practice Wednesday.
Floyd is expected to play again this season, although his availability for Sunday's game against the Jaguars has yet to be solidified, the San Diego Union-Tribune reports.
Floyd (shoulder) was present for Wednesday's practice, Michael Gehlken of the San Diego Union-Tribune reports.
It remains to be seen how the Chargers will officially list his participation, but Floyd's presence on the field Wednesday suggests that the wideout is headed in the right direction as Sunday's game against the Jaguars approaches.
Floyd (shoulder) has been ruled out for Sunday's game against the Chiefs.
Floyd did not practice this week, as he continues to deal with torn cartilage in his shoulder. With him unavailable for Sunday's divisional game against Kansas City, Stevie Johnson, Dontrelle Inman and Javontee Herndon will comprise an underwhelming San Diego receiving corp this weekend.
Floyd (shoulder) did not practice Thursday.
Floyd's status for Sunday's game against the Chiefs is cloudy and if he is forced to sit the contest out, then the Chargers' Week 11 wideout corps would be headed by Stevie Johnson and Dontrelle Inman, with Javontee Herndon also on hand.
Floyd -- who tore shoulder cartilage during Week 9's action -- did not practice Wednesday, Michael Gehlken of the San Diego Union-Tribune reports.
While coach Mike McCoy remains optimistic that Floyd will play again this year, the wideout is not cleared to do so yet, making him iffy, at best, for Sunday's game against the Chiefs.
It is unclear if Floyd (shoulder) will play again this season, the San Diego Union-Tribune reports.
Teammate Antonio Gates is already trying to convince Floyd to return for another season, which seemingly suggests that the wideout is unlikely to play again this year. However, head coach Mike McCoy said Floyd is merely day-to-day, with the team taking advantage of a Week 10 bye to evaluate the options. Given that Floyd has a torn labrum and the Chargers aren't in contention for the playoffs, it won't be surprising if the wideout and his team ultimately decide to shut things down for the year.
NFL Network's Ian Rapoport indicates that Floyd, who tore his shoulder labrum in Week 9, plans to attempt to play through the injury.
With that in mind, coach Mike McCoy relayed that the Chargers have time over their Week 10 bye to evaluate Floyd and plan to take things day-by-day with the 34-year-old wideout, who has indicated already that 2015 will be his last season as a player.
Floyd suffered a torn labrum Monday and it is unclear if he will be able to return this season, the San Diego Union-Tribune's Michael Gehlken reports.
Floyd has already declared that 2015 will be his last season in the NFL, so this would be a pretty anticlimactic way for him to go out. Steve Johnson stands to get a boat load of targets with Keenan Allen also out for San Diego. Dontrelle Inman and Javontee Herndon are the only other receivers on the roster, so look for the Chargers to sign a free agent or promote someone from the practice squad in the coming days.
Head coach Mike McCoy said Tuesday that Floyd (shoulder) is considered day-to-day, Tom Krasovic of the San Diego Union-Tribune reports.
The shoulder injury Floyd suffered in Monday's game knocked him out of the contest and certainly looked serious, but his initial diagnosis is promising, and it sounds like he could avoid missing any further action. Floyd will have an extra week to rest and recover with the Chargers on bye in Week 10.
Floyd (shoulder) will not return to Monday's game against the Bears.
The Chargers have yet to announce exactly what type of shoulder injury Floyd is dealing with, but he was on the sideline in street clothes when the second half of Monday's game began. The team figures to provide an update on Floyd's status in short order, but the Chargers could be looking at playing the rest of the way without their top two receivers.
Floyd is questionable to return to Monday's game against the Bears due to a shoulder injury.
After losing Keenan Allen (kidney) on Sunday, Nov. 1, Floyd was among just a handful of healthy receiving options remaining in San Diego, but the veteran injured his shoulder on a diving attempt early in the second quarter Monday. Floyd was quickly shuttled to the locker room, where the Chargers will determine the extent of the ailment. In the meantime, quarterback Philip Rivers will utilize a WR corps composed of Steve Johnson, Dontrelle Inman, and Javontee Herndon.
Floyd had four catches on six targets for 92 yards and two touchdowns Sunday against the Ravens.
A huge bounce back game from Floyd, who caught just one pass for seven yards in Week 7 against the Raiders. Quarterback Philip Rivers threw for 300 yards for the fifth consecutive game, and while Floyd continues to be a popular option in the passing game, his scores Sunday were his first since Week 2, as Keenan Allen continues to be the top wideout. Allen did suffer from spasms in his hip during Sunday's game, and if he has to miss any time, Floyd could be in for extra opportunities in Week 9 against the Bears.