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Chargers' Floyd practices Saturday; Gates, Matthews sit out

Chargers wide receiver Malcom Floyd fully participated in practice Saturday, but many of the team's top offensive players sat out as San Diego prepared for Monday night's home game against the AFC West rival Denver Broncos.

Six-time Pro Bowl tight end Antonio Gates (toe, foot) and rookie running back Ryan Mathews (ankle) missed practice, as expected. Gates is listed as questionable on the final injury report, and Mathews is doubtful.

Floyd (hamstring) is probable for Monday night's game. He was limited in Friday's practice, but he didn't have any issues Saturday.

Wide receiver Legedu Naanee, who's trying to return from an hamstring injury, missed practice and is doubtful, along with safety Steve Gregory (shoulder).

Defensive end Travis Johnson (shoulder) and tight end Kris Wilson (back) are questionable. Kicker Nate Kaeding (groin) and linebacker Brandon Siler (foot) are probable.

For the Broncos, cornerback Andre Goodman (hip) is out. Linebacker Robert Ayers (foot), safety Darcel McBath (ankle) and wide receiver Eddie Royal (hamstring) are questionable.

Defensive tackle Jamal Williams missed practice because of non-injury-related issues.

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