Malcom Floyd (shoulder) might’ve played his last snap as a Charger

An injury might've capped Malcom Floyd's final season too short.
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Malcom Floyd didn't mince words when he declared 2015 as his final season of professional ball.

That season might've lasted only nine games. The Chargers veteran laid out for a pass and suffered a serious-looking shoulder injury that might be enough to end his year and career.

If so, what a career it was. The former undrafted free agent blossomed as a Philip Rivers deep threat, worked his way back after a nasty neck injury in 2013, and played in all 16 games last season.

With Keenan Allen dispatched, Floyd was poised to make his last year a productive one. He didn't deserve and ending like that, if it is indeed the end.


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