SAN DIEGO - Seeing Malcom Floyd crumpled on the ground with a knee injury, Philip Rivers thought he might have thrown his final pass to the 10-year veteran.
Floyd thought the same thing.
Floyd and the Chargers got good news when an MRI exam revealed a strained knee, not a more serious injury like the one that will sideline fellow starting wide receiver Danario Alexander for the year.
Floyd says the injury was scary, "but, you know, MRIs don't lie."
The Chargers don't know when Floyd will return to the field following Monday's injury.
He said on Tuesday that the knee is sore, but adds: "I'm walking on it, in Crocs."
He was wearing a white pair of the plastic shoes.