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Wide Receiver, San Diego Chargers

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College: Wyoming
Ht: 6’5”  Wt: 225 DOB: 1981-09-08 Age: 34

Season Stats
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  Receiving Fantasy
Season Team G GS Target Rec Yard Avg TD FPts FPts/G
2004 SD 4 2 8 3 49 16.3 1 10.9 2.7
2005 SD 0 0 0 0 0 - 0 0.0 0.0
2006 SD 12 0 32 15 210 14.0 3 39.0 3.3
2007 SD 6 1 13 7 97 13.9 0 9.7 1.6
2008 SD 13 2 37 27 465 17.2 4 70.5 5.4
2009 SD 16 9 76 45 776 17.2 1 83.6 5.2
2010 SD 11 9 77 37 717 19.4 6 107.7 9.8
2011 SD 12 8 70 43 856 19.9 5 115.6 9.6
2012 SD 14 0 85 56 814 14.5 5 111.4 8.0
2012 (Projected) SD       66 885 13.4 5 118.5  

2015 Outlook
Depth Chart
Quick – where did Malcom Floyd rank as a fantasy wide receiver in 2011? The perception seems to be that Floyd doesn’t cut it as a fantasy option but he has improved his ranking from 53rd to 35th to 31st over the past three seasons. That’s not bad for a guy who missed five games in 2010 and four games last season. In fact, the 53rd ranking from 2009 is a bit misleading since he had 776 receiving yards but fell down the charts because he caught just one touchdown. Last year, he had the 20th highest FPts/G average at wide receiver and there is no doubting that he has the size (6’5”, 225 pounds) and speed to replace Vincent Jackson. With Jackson finally taking his talents (and drama) to Tampa Bay, the Chargers signed former Saint Robert Meachem to replace him in the starting lineup and the assumption is that Meachem will assume Jackson’s role and a large portion of his production. That makes Floyd a solid buy low option. If you’re not drinking the Kool Aid yet, consider this: over his last eight games last season, Floyd posted four 100-yard games while catching 34 passes for 698 yards and five touchdowns. He’s a WR3 that will likely come off the board after 45 or 50 other players at his position.
Fan. Tm. Player
WR1WR1 Steve Johnson
WR2WR2 Dontrelle Inman
WR3WR3 Malcom Floyd
WR4WR4 Javontee Herndon
WR5WR5 Keenan Allen
WR6WR6 Tyrell Williams
Chargers Depth Chart
News From The Past 90 Days
Injury Chargers' Malcom Floyd has torn labrum     -- Tue Nov 10 7:00 pm --

Status "to be determined"
Malcom Floyd has sacrificed his body for deep passes since 2004. There is a chance the one Monday was his last. The Chargers wide receiver suffered a torn left labrum, a source said following an MRI on Tuesday. It remains to be seen if that play will be the final one of his NFL career. Floyd, 34, long has planned to retire after the 2015 season. The team is not rushing how it proceeds with Floyd. (San Diego Union Tribune)

FF Today's Take: It's very likely that Floyd will miss the remainder of the season but a determination on his availability has yet to be made. Expect Dontrelle Inman to move into a starting role along with Steve Johnson if Floyd is indeed out.
Injury Keenan Allen placed on Injured Reserve     -- Tue Nov 3 1:00 pm --

Lacerated kidney
It's official: Chargers WR Keenan Allen out for year, source says. Lacerated kidney. Headed to IR. But expected to make a full recovery. (Michael Gehlken on Twitter)

FF Today's Take: Week 8 was a rough one in the NFL and Allen is the latest season-ending causality. In his absence, Malcom Floyd, Steve Johnson should see increased work along with Dontrelle Inman.
Injury Keenan Allen out "some time" with kidney injury     -- Mon Nov 2 5:30 pm --

Symptoms worsened overnight
The Chargers will be without Keenan Allen for "some time," coach Mike McCoy announced Monday. Allen suffered a kidney injury Sunday when he landed hard at the end of a 13-yard touchdown in a 29-26 loss to the Ravens. The wide receiver traveled from back to San Diego from Baltimore after the game with the team, but his symptoms worsened as the night progressed. He was checked into a San Diego hospital. (San Diego Union Tribune)

FF Today's Take: Ouch. Allen's injury is just another of the many casulaties of Week 8 that saw Le'Veon Bell, Matt Forte, Steve Smith and Khiry Robinson all suffer significant injuries. In Allen's absence, Malcom Floyd becomes a viable WR2 options in the Chargers pass-happy offense.
Injury Gates, Allen miss practice again on Thursday     -- Thu Oct 22 4:50 pm --

Knee and hip injuries, respectively
Like Antonio Gates (knee), WR Keenan Allen (hip) missing second straight practice. Philip Rivers working without a couple favorite targets. (Michael Gehlken on Twitter)

FF Today's Take: Gates played 69 of 92 snaps last week and was in the Week 6 loss to the Packers until the end, so the Chargers are more than likely just playing it safe and giving him some rest. Allen is a bit more of a concern because he sat out the fourth quarter and overtime. Friday will be key for both players, but Allen's owners have more to worry about here than Gates'. Steve Johnson might return from a two-week absence, although it is possibly Rivers' top receivers versus Oakland could be Malcom Floyd and Dontrelle Inman.
Injury Stevie Johnson out for Monday night     -- Sat Oct 10 8:00 pm --

Hamstring injury
The Chargers will be without Stevie Johnson on Monday night. The slot receiver was one of four players the team listed Saturday as out against the Steelers. Johnson injured his hamstring last Sunday against the Browns. (Florida Times Union)

FF Today's Take: Johnson will be out, but TE Antonio Gates returns. WR Malcom Floyd (concussion) is questionable but expected to play. Keenan Allen remains a top WR play in Week 5. The Steelers have given up 100-yd games to Torrey Smith and Kenny Britt.

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