Malcom Floyd (torn labrum) will try to keep playing
Malcom Floyd doesn't want his season — and career — to end on a sour note.
That's why the 34-year-old veteran is poised to work through a labrum tear that would sideline most NFL receivers, according to NFL Media Insider Ian Rapoport.
He injured the shoulder laying out for a a first-quarter Philip Rivers pass last Monday night. He'll require surgery — but that would certainly require a trip to the injured reserve.
Floyd called the 2015 season his swan song this summer. He clearly doesn't watch the last few games of his career from the sideline — and who could blame him?
#Chargers WR Malcom Floyd, who tore his labrum, will rehab and see how it goes. He'll attempt to play thru it in his last season, I'm told.
— Ian Rapoport (@RapSheet) November 11, 2015