San Diego Chargers wide receiver Malcom Floyd expressed confidence that he's healthy again.
The wide receiver is coming off a serious neck injury.
Floyd caught several passes during spring practices.
Floyd is hoping for a bounce-back season.
“I’m confident right now,” Floyd said. “I don’t have any doubts in my mind right now. It was just a fluke event.”
And Floyd is rebuilding his timing with quarterback Philip Rivers.
"I think it’s good for Philip, good for me to get that trust back," Floyd said. "It’s good for us to go through these plays right now so in training camp it’ll be fluid and then you can run the plays without thinking."
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