San Diego Chargers coach Mike McCoy provided an update on wide receiver Malcom Floyd's condition on Monday.
Floyd was taken off the field on a stretcher and to a hospital after taking a hard hit from Philadelphia's DeMeco Ryans and Nate Allen early in the third quarter of Sunday's 33-30 victory.
He tallied 102 yards receiving on five receptions before leaving with a neck sprain.
"I'll start off by first saying it was great to have Malcom come back with us on the team plane last night," McCoy said. "It's unlikely he'll play this week. They're going to continue to do some tests on him throughout the week just to make sure we're doing everything the right way. But it was great to have him back on the plane. You talk about the type of guy he is, the first thing when you talk to him, he says, 'Gosh, I should have caught the ball.' That's Malcom for you. So he's in good spirits and he's working on getting his way back as soon as he can."
The Chargers play the Tennessee Titans on Sunday.