Did you play high school football? College? Hell, have you ever tossed around a Nerf ball? Good news – the San Diego Chargers are probably interested in your services.
In what can only be described as an awful training camp (from an injury standpoint), the Chargers have lost yet another wide receiver, this time Malcom Floyd.
Floyd, who was expected to play a large role in the Chargers’ offense this season went down hard earlier today during a workout and according to Michael Gehlken of the San Diego Union Tribune, it didn’t look good:
This does not look good. Malcom Floyd on ground, appears to have injured right knee. Been receiving treatment for several minutes.
Malcom Floyd carted off Chargers practice field. Looks like right knee.
This injury of course comes just days after fellow wide out Danario Alexander was lost for the season.
The Chargers do plan to update Floyd’s status once practice concludes, though, they’re not expected to give any significant details as he’ll most likely be undergoing testing later this evening.
Floyd finished last season with 56 catches, five of which went the distance.