Floyd had an MRI later Monday, and NFL.com's Ian Rapoport reported that initial tests revealed a knee sprain, not a torn ACL, according to a source informed of the injury. A Chargers spokesman said the team officially is calling Floyd's injury a "strain." Rapoport said more might be known Tuesday, and the Chargers and Floyd would seek a second opinion this week.
It's routine for any injured player to be carted off the practice field in training camp. In this case, though, the injury appeared serious enough that players surrounded Floyd in prayer while trainers examined his knee.
With Alexander already out for the season, the Chargers could be down both starters at wide receiver.