Flowers is expected to officially retire on Tuesday, Steve Wyche of the NFL Network reports.
Flowers spent six seasons with the Chiefs before playing his last three for the Chargers. He most recently visited with the Cardinals prior to training camp, but has ultimately decided to retire from football. Flowers will finish his career with 487 tackles, three sacks, 21 interceptions, one forced fumble and one touchdown across nine seasons.
Flowers will visit with the Cardinals on Wednesday, Adam Schefter of ESPN reports.
Schefter noted that Flowers, who finished last season on injured reserve due to a series of concussions, is also in contact with the Patriots. However, if he were to sign with the Cardinals, he'd have a much clearer path to a starting gig, as the No. 2 job opposite Patrick Peterson is seemingly up for grabs.
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 decided 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.
Flowers (concussion) was not seen practicing Wednesday, Michael Gehlken of the San Diego Union-Tribune reports.
After suffering his second concussion of the year during Week 10's contest against the Dolphins, Flowers hasn't found his way back onto the practice field. Given the seriousness of the injury, it seems likely the 30-year-old may miss this week's game against the Buccaneers.
Flowers (concussion) will not play Sunday against the Texans.
Flowers suffered a concussion in Week 10 and hasn't even taken the practice field since. Due to his absence, both Craig Mager and Trovon Reed project to see extensive playing time this weekend.
Flowers (concussion) will not participate in Wednesday's practice, Michael Gehlken of the San Diego Union-Tribune reports.
Flowers suffered his second concussion of the season in Week 10, so he could see an extended absence in order to avoid further serious damage. If he's unable to return for Sunday's matchup against the Texans, look for Craig Mager and Trevor Williams to see expanded roles at cornerback.
With the signing of Trovon Reed from the practice squad, the move may signal Flowers (concussion) could miss some time, Michael Gehlken of the San Diego Union-Tribune reports.
Given the fact that Flowers missed four games earlier in the year with a concussion, it seems likely the 30-year-old corner could be held out for an extended period after suffering his second concussion of the season in the Week 10 contest against the Dolphins. If Flowers does miss time as expected, the Chargers will be dangerously thin at the cornerback spot, as Craig Mager or Trevor Williams will be forced to start opposite Casey Hayward.
Flowers is being evaluated for a concussion after suffering a head injury in Sunday's game against the Dolphins.
This is pretty alarming news for Flowers and Chargers fans, as he missed four games earlier this season with a concussion and has a long history of head injuries. As long as Flowers is out, expect Casey Hayward to see an increased role in the San Diego secondary.
Flowers recorded five tackles and returned an interception for a touchdown in Sunday's win over the Titans.
Flowers earned his first interception of the season and promptly returned it 33 yards for one of two defensive touchdowns by the Chargers on Sunday. When healthy, Flowers has looked like one of the better secondary members on the team, but his lack of availability makes him an inconsistent player to own in fantasy.
Flowers (concussion) will suit up Sunday against the Broncos, Michael Gehlken of the San Diego Union-Tribune reports.
Flowers missed the past four games as he crawled his way out of concussion protocol. His availability comes as great news for a banged-up Chargers secondary down their top strong safety, Jahleel Addae, as well as one of their top options at cornerback, Craig Mager.
Flowers (concussion) was a full participant in Wednesday's practice.
Flowers hasn't been able to play since Week 3 against the Colts due to a concussion, but he's back to full practice and figures to return to game action Sunday versus the Broncos. If he suffers a setback, Casey Hayward would be next in line for additional reps at cornerback.
Flowers (concussion) has been ruled out of Sunday's game against the Falcons, Michael Gehlken of the San Diego Union-Tribune reports.
Flowers was able to practice on a limited basis Thursday, but that wasn't enough to convince the Chargers to activate the corner for Sunday's game, marking the fourth straight game the 30-year-old will miss with symptoms stemming from his Week 3 concussion. Look for Casey Hayward to get the start at corner once again.
Flowers (concussion) did not practice Wednesday, Michael Gehlken of the San Diego Union-Tribune reports.
Flowers hasn't played since suffering a concussion in Week 3. Without a concrete timetable, it seems likely that Flowers will remain out once again, but the decision will likely come later in the week. If Flowers does in fact miss Sunday's game against the Falcons, look for Casey Hayward to get the start in his place.
Flowers (concussion) has been ruled out of Thursday's game against the Broncos, Michael Gehlken of the San Diego Union-Tribune reports.
Flowers has yet to return from a concussion he suffered in Week 3, which is a bit concerning since the majority of players are able to make a full recovery in a much shorter time period. With that said, he'll sit out Sunday and remains without a concrete timetable for a return. Look for Casey Hayward to remain in the starting lineup for the duration of Flowers' absence.
Flowers (concussion) is listed as out for the Chargers Week 5 matchup with Oakland.
Flowers hasn't practiced or played since suffering his concussion in Week 3. Casey Heyward figures to draw the start once again in his stead.
Flowers (concussion) has been listed as out for San Diego's Week 4 game against New Orleans.
Flowers suffered his concussion in Week 3 and was held out of practice during the week. Look for Casey Heyward to pick up the spot start.