Former Chargers wide receiver and fan-favorite Malcom Floyd has been elected a finalist for the 2019 Class in the Polynesian Football Hall of Fame.
Signed as an undrafted free agent out of Wyoming in 2004, Floyd went on to have a memorable 12-year career with the Bolts. He caught 321 passes for 5,550 yards and 34 TDs in 121 games.
"I'm a Charger for life," Floyd said when he retired after the 2015 campaign. "I'll always be a Chargers fan no matter where I am, or where they are. This team stands for so much and I owe them a lot. This is a team that has had my back, and I've been here over a third of my life. I'll bleed gold and blue forever."
The Polynesian Football Hall of Fame honors Polynesia's greatest players, coaches and contributors. Floyd, of Samoan ancestry, is one of 12 nominees for the Hall of Fame. Four inductees will be selected and announced on October 24, and later inducted during the Polynesian Bowl in January 2019.