Malcolm Floyd taken off on stretcher after hit to head
Summary of 13 articles · Updated Sep 16, 2013
Floyd was taken off on a stretcher. The Chargers wide receiver is "unlikely" to play next week against the Titans, coach Mike McCoy said Monday, one day after Floyd was taken off the field in a stretcher. San Diego Chargers wide receiver Malcom Floyd is unlikely to play against the Tennessee Titans in Week 3 after being taken off the field on a stretcher Sunday with a neck injury. They put me on the stretcher and I was in the ambulance on the way to the hospital.” As he was taking the ball in, Floyd was hit from behind by Allen. Floyd was going over the middle for a pass from Philip Rivers on the Chargers' first play from scrimmage of the third quarter. Floyd, 32, was sandwiched between two Eagles defenders, including linebacker DeMeco Ryans on the frontal blow, when attempting to make a downfield reception on the Chargers' first offensive play of the second half.