Ricky Henne of Chargers.com was asked who was impressing him the most at Chargers training camp: " I couldn’t be happier to write that the guy impressing me the most is Malcom Floyd. We all know the scary injury he suffered early last year, so no one really knew what to expect from M-80. What we’ve seen is a player who hasn’t lost a step and is routinely making his patented acrobatic catches and big plays. I asked Offensive Coordinator Frank Reich about Floyd last week, and he said the wideout looks like a 25-year old out there."
From 2010 to 2012, Floyd finished #36, #32 and #36 as the second or third option in San Diego. He returns from a neck injury at the age of 32 (turning 33 in September) and will likely start as the team’s WR2 opposite Keenan Allen. If he’s starting and can stay healthy (a rather big “if”), he should be fantasy-relevant once again in 2014.