San Diego Chargers wide receiver Malcom Floyd, who participated in a full practice on Saturday after being limited Friday with soreness in his hamstring, is probable for Monday night's game against AFC West rival Denver. He is expected to play for the first time since Oct. 17.
If you've been waiting on Floyd to return, this is good news, but he'll probably see a lot of Champ Bailey. He should be safe to start if you need him, but don't have unrealistic expectations. The biggest beneficiary of Floyd's return is Philip Rivers.