Malcom Floyd experienced a scary moment during San Diego's 33-30 win over Philadelphia Sunday.
Floyd had caught five passes for 102 yards before getting sandwiched between two Eagles defenders and hit in the head. The play knocked him unconscious and he was taken to a hospital shortly after.
After the game, Chargers coach Mike McCoy told reporters Floyd will be "fine." U-T San Diego reports that Floyd will travel back to San Diego with his teammates.
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