Malcom Floyd Returns To San Diego Chargers On Two-Year Deal, According To Report

SAN DIEGO - NOVEMBER 22: Malcolm Floyd #80 of the San Diego Chargers catches an 18-yard pass against the Denver Broncos at Qualcomm Stadium on November 22 2010 in San Diego California. Chargers defeated the Broncos 35-14. (Photo by Kevork Djansezian/Getty Images)

Despite interest from the Baltimore Ravens, WR Malcom Floyd has reported re-signed a two-year deal with the San Diego Chargers.

The San Diego Chargers are keeping one of their own in this 2011 NFL free agency period. According to multiple reports, the Chargers re-signed WR Malcom Floyd to a two-year deal. No word on the financial terms yet but the Chargers have confirmed the deal.

Floyd tested the market this week and re-signing with the Chargers is a bit of a surprise considering this report from the Baltimore Sun on Thursday night:

Source: Ravens remain the favorites to get wide receiver Malcom Floyd. I'm told he wants to come here. Deal could get done Friday.

Something apparently happened in the last 24 hours to change his mind. I'd be interested to see the details of the contract compared to what the Ravens were reportedly offering.

Floyd's return to the Chargers is a good thing for QB Philip Rivers as he'll continue putting up monster numbers. Considering the Chargers receiver situation last year, they'll need all the bodies they can get.

Check out Bolts From The Blue to see how Chargers fans are feeling about the new addition.

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