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Malcom Floyd
WR #80
Height:
6-5
Weight:
225
Age:
32
College:
Wyoming
Hometown:
Sacramento, Calif.
Experience:
8

Quick Stats (2013):

REC
6
YDS
149
AVG
24.8
TDS
0
Career Stats
SeasonTeamGamesReceivingRushingFumbles
GGSRecYdsAvgLongTDAttYdsAvgLngTDFUMLost
TOTAL 239 4,133 17.3 55 25 0 0 -- 0 0 1 0
2013 SD 2 2 6 149 24.8 47 0 -- -- -- -- -- -- --
2012 SD 14 14 56 814 14.5 39 5 -- -- -- -- -- -- --
2011 SD 12 9 43 856 19.9 52T 5 -- -- -- -- -- -- --
2010 SD 11 9 37 717 19.4 55 6 -- -- -- -- -- 1 0
2009 SD 16 9 45 776 17.2 53 1 -- -- -- -- -- -- --
2008 SD 13 2 27 465 17.2 49T 4 -- -- -- -- -- -- --
2007 SD 6 1 7 97 13.9 25 0 -- -- -- -- -- -- --
2006 SD 12 0 15 210 14 46T 3 -- -- -- -- -- -- --
2005 SD 0 0 -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- --
2004 SD 4 2 3 49 16.3 27 1 -- -- -- -- -- -- --
Recent Games
WKOppResultReceivingRushingFumbles
RecYdsAvgLngTDAttYdsAvgLngTDFUMLost
1 HOU L 28-31 1 47 47 47 0 -- -- -- -- -- -- --
2 @PHI W 33-30 5 102 20.4 31 0 -- -- -- -- -- -- --
3 @TEN L 17-20 -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- --
4 DAL W 30-21 -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- --

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Bio

The veteran member of the Chargers’ receiving corps, Floyd is the team’s reigning Offensive Player of the Year.              

Floyd was on his way to a 1,000-yard season in 2012 when his campaign was cut short by two games as result of an ankle injury. He still managed to lead the team with a career-high 56 catches and score five touchdowns.        

He’ll again pair with Danario Alexander to give the Chargers a formidable pair of six-foot-five field stretchers in San Diego’s new offense headed up by Offensive Coordinator Ken Whisenhunt and Head Coach Mike McCoy.         

The Chargers love Floyd’s big-play ability and in September 2012, just days after the team’s third game of the year, he signed a three-year contract extension that goes through the 2015 season and will most likely allow him to finish his career in Lightning Bolts.            

A mainstay in the Chargers’ offensive lineup since 2008, Floyd’s totals the last five seasons include 208 catches for 3,628 yards and 21 touchdowns. His 17.4 yards per catch average during the most-recent five-year stretch is the third-highest in the NFL. Only Vincent Jackson (18.3) and DeSean Jackson (17.5) have averaged more yards per catch during that time. 

Floyd performed a rather impressive feat in 2011 when 41 of his 43 catches went for first downs. The 95.3 percent clip was the second-highest in NFL history (min. 32 catches). Only Henry Ellard, who totaled 71 first downs on 74 catches (95.9%) for the Washington Redskins in 1994, posted a higher percentage. Floyd’s first 23 catches of the season all went for first downs and his first catch that didn’t result in a first down wasn’t until Dec. 11. Floyd finished 2011 with a career-high 856 yards and a career-best 19.9-yard average, which was the highest in the league among players with more than 800 yards receiving. It was also the ninth highest average in team history among players with at least 40 catches.          

An undrafted free agent from a heralded class in 2004, Floyd is one of the team’s most popular players. He’s a second generation NFL wide receiver who followed in the footsteps of his older brother, Malcolm, who played wide receiver for the Houston Oilers, Tennessee Titans and St. Louis Rams in the mid ’90s. The elder Floyd is currently the head football coach at C.K. McClatchy High School in Sacramento, Calif.             

Floyd’s mother, Leataata, still resides in Sacramento where she volunteers as a mentor, tutor, counselor and ambassador, who teaches Polynesian dancing after school each day at one of the poorest schools in the city. In 2012, the Sacramento School District paid tribute to Floyd by changing the name of the school where she has given so much of her time from Jedediah Smith Elementary to Leataata Floyd Elementary.          

Floyd and his wife, Daphne, have two sons, Maiu and Malc. In his spare time, Malcom enjoys playing basketball and spending time grilling out with his family. An all-conference hoopster in high school, Floyd’s team won the school’s intramural championship while he was an undergrad at Wyoming.

TRANSACTION HISTORY: Signed with Chargers, April 30, 2004…waived Sept. 5 and signed to practice squad Sept. 7, 2004…signed to active roster Dec. 11, 2004…waived Sept. 3, 2005 and re-signed to practice squad Sept. 5, 2005…signed to active roster Dec. 7, 2005...signed one-year contracts March 7, 2007, March 25, 2008, May 15, 2009 and June 8, 2010...agreed to two-year contract, Aug. 6, 2011...signed three-year contract extension through 2015, Sept. 26, 2012.

2012: Rodney Culver Memorial Award as team’s Offensive Player of Year...six yard touchdown catch for 10-3 second-quarter lead in Monday Night Football season-opener in Oakland...also made spinning 23-yard catch against sideline during TD drive and had game-long 25-yard catch in fourth quarter...game and season-high 109 yards Sept. 16 vs. Tennessee...set up first touchdown of game with 27-yard catch followed by 14-yarder on 3rd-and-8...later added catches of 22 and 16 yards during touchdown drive that put Bolts up 24-3...went over 100 yards on 19-yard catch during TD drive that put Bolts up 31-10...second 100-yard game of season (108) on Sunday Night Football Oct. 7 at New Orleans...set up Chargers’ first touchdown of night with 39-yard catch followed by 32-yarder on 3rd-and-9...also helped set up field goal by drawing 25-yard pass interference penalty to six-yard line...13-yard touchdown catch in fourth quarter gave Bolts 17-6 lead over Kansas City in Nov. 1 win...three-yard touchdown catch capped 17-play drive for 20-3 lead in third quarter during Dec. 9 win at Pittsburgh. 2011: Sept. 18 at New England had two long third-down catches (23 and 36 yards) to set up early touchdown, but injured hip while making second catch and left contest...100 yards on three catches Oct. 9 at Denver...closed out first half with 42-yard touchdown catch for 23-10 lead...late fourth quarter 38-yard catch on 3rd-and-10 set up field goal for 29-24 lead...reinjured hip Oct. 31 at Kansas City and inactive next four games... returned to starting lineup Dec. 5 at Jacksonville and caught season-long 52-yard touchdown pass in third quarter en route to 108-yard night...14-yard catch on 2nd-and-18 Dec. 11 vs. Buffalo was first of year that didn’t go for first down, ending streak of 23 straight first-down catches to open season...capped year with 127-yard performance, including 43-yard touchdown, catch in 38-26 win at Oakland. 2010: Season-long touchdown catch (54 yards) in 38-13 win vs. Jacksonville Sept. 19...career-high 213 yards Oct. 10 at Oakland...fourth-best single-game performance in team history and best since 1985...team-record 154 yards in first half... effort included 41-yard touchdown catch...injured hamstring Oct. 17 at St. Louis and inactive next three games...reinjured hamstring and inactive Weeks 14-15...first-career multi-TD game (17 and 9 yards) in Dec. 12 win vs. Kansas City...41-yard catch, despite pass interference, led to field goal in 33-28 win at Denver Jan. 2. 2009: 24-yard catch on 3rd-and-12 and 38-yard pass interference penalty drawn three plays later helped Chargers to 7-3 lead in key win Dec. 13 at Dallas... Game Ball after Christmas Night game in Tennessee...52-yard touchdown catch in second quarter called back by penalty away from play...in third quarter, drew pass interference in end zone to set up touchdown on next play...later in third quarter, 21-yard catch on 3rd-and-13 led to touchdown for 35-10 lead...Game Ball after 140 yards on nine catches vs. Washington Jan. 3...included six-yard catch on 4th down to sustain touchdown drive and 50-yarder during field goal march. 2008: Season-long 49-yard touchdown catch Week 6 NBC Sunday Night Football game vs. New England…Chargers Alumni Offensive Player of Month (November)…Dec. 14 at Kansas City, helped Chargers overcome 21-10 fourth-quarter deficit...started comeback with four-yard touchdown catch with 1:13 remaining…during drive, had all five of his catches in game (67 yards)… diagnosed with collapsed lung following game and spent night in hospital before being inactive Weeks 15-16 and Wild Card Playoffs vs. Indianapolis Jan. 5. 2006: Chargers Alumni Player of Week after season-long 46-yard touchdown catch in third quarter of 49-41 win at Cincinnati Nov. 12...first-career 100-yard game (109 yards) at Bengals…late fourth quarter 12-yard tiptoe catch along boundary on 3rd-and-9 kept touchdown drive alive for final points in win…inactive Week 13 at Denver (ankle) and placed on injured-reserve Dec. 14. 2005: Practice squad Weeks 1-12 and inactive Weeks 13-16. 2004: First-career touchdown catch (13 yards) from Philip Rivers Jan. 2 vs. Kansas City…was also Rivers’ first touchdown pass.

COLLEGE: Honorable mention All-Mountain West Conference as senior…first-team All-MWC as soph…186 career catches for 2,411 yards and 14 touchdowns…redshirted in 1999…played at Wyoming from 2000-03…health sciences major.

PERSONAL: Born in Sacramento, Calif.…all metro and offensive MVP of league at River City High in Sacramento… first-team all-league in basketball.

The veteran member of the Chargers’ receiving corps, Floyd is the team’s reigning Offensive Player of the Year.              

Floyd was on his way to a 1,000-yard season in 2012 when his campaign was cut short by two games as result of an ankle injury. He still managed to lead the team with a career-high 56 catches and score five touchdowns.        

He’ll again pair with Danario Alexander to give the Chargers a formidable pair of six-foot-five field stretchers in San Diego’s new offense headed up by Offensive Coordinator Ken Whisenhunt and Head Coach Mike McCoy.         

The Chargers love Floyd’s big-play ability and in September 2012, just days after the team’s third game of the year, he signed a three-year contract extension that goes through the 2015 season and will most likely allow him to finish his career in Lightning Bolts.            

A mainstay in the Chargers’ offensive lineup since 2008, Floyd’s totals the last five seasons include 208 catches for 3,628 yards and 21 touchdowns. His 17.4 yards per catch average during the most-recent five-year stretch is the third-highest in the NFL. Only Vincent Jackson (18.3) and DeSean Jackson (17.5) have averaged more yards per catch during that time. 

Floyd performed a rather impressive feat in 2011 when 41 of his 43 catches went for first downs. The 95.3 percent clip was the second-highest in NFL history (min. 32 catches). Only Henry Ellard, who totaled 71 first downs on 74 catches (95.9%) for the Washington Redskins in 1994, posted a higher percentage. Floyd’s first 23 catches of the season all went for first downs and his first catch that didn’t result in a first down wasn’t until Dec. 11. Floyd finished 2011 with a career-high 856 yards and a career-best 19.9-yard average, which was the highest in the league among players with more than 800 yards receiving. It was also the ninth highest average in team history among players with at least 40 catches.          

An undrafted free agent from a heralded class in 2004, Floyd is one of the team’s most popular players. He’s a second generation NFL wide receiver who followed in the footsteps of his older brother, Malcolm, who played wide receiver for the Houston Oilers, Tennessee Titans and St. Louis Rams in the mid ’90s. The elder Floyd is currently the head football coach at C.K. McClatchy High School in Sacramento, Calif.             

Floyd’s mother, Leataata, still resides in Sacramento where she volunteers as a mentor, tutor, counselor and ambassador, who teaches Polynesian dancing after school each day at one of the poorest schools in the city. In 2012, the Sacramento School District paid tribute to Floyd by changing the name of the school where she has given so much of her time from Jedediah Smith Elementary to Leataata Floyd Elementary.          

Floyd and his wife, Daphne, have two sons, Maiu and Malc. In his spare time, Malcom enjoys playing basketball and spending time grilling out with his family. An all-conference hoopster in high school, Floyd’s team won the school’s intramural championship while he was an undergrad at Wyoming.

TRANSACTION HISTORY: Signed with Chargers, April 30, 2004…waived Sept. 5 and signed to practice squad Sept. 7, 2004…signed to active roster Dec. 11, 2004…waived Sept. 3, 2005 and re-signed to practice squad Sept. 5, 2005…signed to active roster Dec. 7, 2005...signed one-year contracts March 7, 2007, March 25, 2008, May 15, 2009 and June 8, 2010...agreed to two-year contract, Aug. 6, 2011...signed three-year contract extension through 2015, Sept. 26, 2012.

2012: Rodney Culver Memorial Award as team’s Offensive Player of Year...six yard touchdown catch for 10-3 second-quarter lead in Monday Night Football season-opener in Oakland...also made spinning 23-yard catch against sideline during TD drive and had game-long 25-yard catch in fourth quarter...game and season-high 109 yards Sept. 16 vs. Tennessee...set up first touchdown of game with 27-yard catch followed by 14-yarder on 3rd-and-8...later added catches of 22 and 16 yards during touchdown drive that put Bolts up 24-3...went over 100 yards on 19-yard catch during TD drive that put Bolts up 31-10...second 100-yard game of season (108) on Sunday Night Football Oct. 7 at New Orleans...set up Chargers’ first touchdown of night with 39-yard catch followed by 32-yarder on 3rd-and-9...also helped set up field goal by drawing 25-yard pass interference penalty to six-yard line...13-yard touchdown catch in fourth quarter gave Bolts 17-6 lead over Kansas City in Nov. 1 win...three-yard touchdown catch capped 17-play drive for 20-3 lead in third quarter during Dec. 9 win at Pittsburgh. 2011: Sept. 18 at New England had two long third-down catches (23 and 36 yards) to set up early touchdown, but injured hip while making second catch and left contest...100 yards on three catches Oct. 9 at Denver...closed out first half with 42-yard touchdown catch for 23-10 lead...late fourth quarter 38-yard catch on 3rd-and-10 set up field goal for 29-24 lead...reinjured hip Oct. 31 at Kansas City and inactive next four games... returned to starting lineup Dec. 5 at Jacksonville and caught season-long 52-yard touchdown pass in third quarter en route to 108-yard night...14-yard catch on 2nd-and-18 Dec. 11 vs. Buffalo was first of year that didn’t go for first down, ending streak of 23 straight first-down catches to open season...capped year with 127-yard performance, including 43-yard touchdown, catch in 38-26 win at Oakland. 2010: Season-long touchdown catch (54 yards) in 38-13 win vs. Jacksonville Sept. 19...career-high 213 yards Oct. 10 at Oakland...fourth-best single-game performance in team history and best since 1985...team-record 154 yards in first half... effort included 41-yard touchdown catch...injured hamstring Oct. 17 at St. Louis and inactive next three games...reinjured hamstring and inactive Weeks 14-15...first-career multi-TD game (17 and 9 yards) in Dec. 12 win vs. Kansas City...41-yard catch, despite pass interference, led to field goal in 33-28 win at Denver Jan. 2. 2009: 24-yard catch on 3rd-and-12 and 38-yard pass interference penalty drawn three plays later helped Chargers to 7-3 lead in key win Dec. 13 at Dallas... Game Ball after Christmas Night game in Tennessee...52-yard touchdown catch in second quarter called back by penalty away from play...in third quarter, drew pass interference in end zone to set up touchdown on next play...later in third quarter, 21-yard catch on 3rd-and-13 led to touchdown for 35-10 lead...Game Ball after 140 yards on nine catches vs. Washington Jan. 3...included six-yard catch on 4th down to sustain touchdown drive and 50-yarder during field goal march. 2008: Season-long 49-yard touchdown catch Week 6 NBC Sunday Night Football game vs. New England…Chargers Alumni Offensive Player of Month (November)…Dec. 14 at Kansas City, helped Chargers overcome 21-10 fourth-quarter deficit...started comeback with four-yard touchdown catch with 1:13 remaining…during drive, had all five of his catches in game (67 yards)… diagnosed with collapsed lung following game and spent night in hospital before being inactive Weeks 15-16 and Wild Card Playoffs vs. Indianapolis Jan. 5. 2006: Chargers Alumni Player of Week after season-long 46-yard touchdown catch in third quarter of 49-41 win at Cincinnati Nov. 12...first-career 100-yard game (109 yards) at Bengals…late fourth quarter 12-yard tiptoe catch along boundary on 3rd-and-9 kept touchdown drive alive for final points in win…inactive Week 13 at Denver (ankle) and placed on injured-reserve Dec. 14. 2005: Practice squad Weeks 1-12 and inactive Weeks 13-16. 2004: First-career touchdown catch (13 yards) from Philip Rivers Jan. 2 vs. Kansas City…was also Rivers’ first touchdown pass.

COLLEGE: Honorable mention All-Mountain West Conference as senior…first-team All-MWC as soph…186 career catches for 2,411 yards and 14 touchdowns…redshirted in 1999…played at Wyoming from 2000-03…health sciences major.

PERSONAL: Born in Sacramento, Calif.…all metro and offensive MVP of league at River City High in Sacramento… first-team all-league in basketball.

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