Matthew Stafford was on the sidelines Wednesday watching practice. Lions quarterback Matthew Stafford left Sunday’s epic loss to the Titans with a leg injury. We were told Monday that it’s indeed a hamstring issue, but that Stafford should be OK. Stafford proved he could play through pain last year with a sprained right ankle and a broken right index finger that was supported by a splint and covered with a glove. The No. 1 overall pick in the 2009 NFL draft bounced back last year from two injury-riddled seasons by throwing for 5,000-plus yards, 41 touchdowns and 16 interceptions, helping Detroit end an 11-year postseason drought.
Schwartz Says Decision on Stafford Will Come Friday
Lions coach Jim Schwartz did not offer an update on quarterback Matthew Stafford‘s leg injury today at his press conference. “I don’t have any comment” on how his MRI went,” Schwartz said according to Dave Birkett of the Detroit Free Press. He s