When Chargers wide receiver Malcom Floyd ran out of the tunnel Thursday night during the first preseason game against the Cowboys, the crowd at Qualcomm Stadium erupted.
While the fans couldn’t withhold their excitement, M-80 also had a hard time keeping his emotions in check.
“It felt good coming out of the tunnel,” he said. “I was very excited out there. I just had to contain myself.”
Floyd was medically cleared this offseason after sustaining a serious neck injury in week two of the 2013 season. He hasn’t missed a beat all training camp, participating in practices day after day. Floyd finished as a consistent WR3 from 2010-12, so there is some potential there as long as he can stay healthy and win the WR2 job. He's starting to trend up our receiver list but so far isn't seeing a lot of draft day action.