Lions keep an eye on Matthew Stafford's foot; Suh not worried about his reputation
At least it's not his shoulder.
Detroit Lions quarterback Matthew Stafford injured his right foot Sunday on his last play of a 23-16 loss to the Atlanta Falcons. Lions coach Jim Schwartz didn't go into detail on Stafford's foot when he spoke to the media on Monday.
"If they were (significant injuries), he would be more than day-to-day," Schwartz said. "If he had a broken bone, he would be more than day-to-day.
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