SAN DIEGO (AP) -Chargers receiver Chris Chambers remained sidelined Thursday with a sprained ankle.
Chambers, who leads the Chargers with five touchdown catches, hasn't practiced since hurting his ankle in a loss at Miami on Oct. 5.
Chambers remains uncertain when he will return, but said he's experienced no setbacks during his rehabilitation.
``Not at all,'' said Chambers, who has 11 catches for 226 yards. ``It's progressively getting better. I did more today, and every day it is getting better.''
Whether his ankle heals in time for San Diego's game at Buffalo this weekend - followed by a game in London against New Orleans - remains to be seen.
``I definitely don't want to rush back. I have to be patient,'' he said. ``But I definitely don't want to miss any more games, so we'll see. It will probably be a game-time deal.''
wns and 209 receiving yards.
Before Sunday, Floyd had zero catches this season.
``I'm ecstatic ... very happy for him (Floyd) because he deserves it,'' Chambers aid. ``He works just as hard as anybody on this team and he has a great ability that everybody could see.''
Floyd is in his third season but has been slowed by injuries while working his way up San Diego's depth chart.
``Oh yeah, it's been a roller coaster,'' said Floyd. ``But I have to just stay mentally tough, be ready at all times and be focused.''
Notes: WR Craig Davis (groin) and OLB Jyles Tucker (hamstring) joined Chambers on the sidelines during Thursday's practice. ... RB Darren Sproles (ankle) and FB Mike Tolbert (ankle) were limited during practice.

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