Matthew Stafford says he's figured out how to throw with fractured finger
Three days after throwing four interceptions against the Chicago Bears, Detroit Lions quarterback Matthew Stafford says his fractured finger on his right hand is healing, and he's throwing the ball better.
"I took another X-ray, and it's healing," Stafford said. "It's getting better everyday. I'm excited it's feeling better."
Stafford, who wore gloves in the Chicago game, said he expects to wear them for at least the next two games.
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