Malcom Floyd Status Update: Chargers WR May Not Play

San DIego Chargers wide receiver Malcom Floyd looks to be a game time decision against the Green Bay Packers. Floyd has been dealing with a hip injury he may have sustained on Monday Night Football against the Kansas City Chiefs. Floyd missed practice all week long dealing with the injury and the Chargers even signed a wide receiver to their active roster on Saturday.

Unless you're desperate, Floyd looks like a wide receiver you should steer clear of because he may not even play. If he does play, it's likely he will be limited in the passing game, having missed practice all week. Without Floyd in the line up, expect Vincent Jackson and Antonio Gates to be force fed the football, especially in what looks to be like a shootout.

For more on Malcom Floyd and the San Diego Chargers, visit SB Nation's Chargers blog Bolts From the Blue. For more on fantasy football, check out Fake Teams. Follow @sbnationfantasy on Twitter.

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