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Sports Report: Doctors say Stafford suffered 6-week injury

20:30  17 november  2019
20:30  17 november  2019 Source:   thescore.com

Report: Bell's Week 10 availability in doubt due to knee injury

  Report: Bell's Week 10 availability in doubt due to knee injury There are concerns that New York Jets running back Le'Veon Bell won't be available for the team's Week 10 matchup with the New York Giants, according to Manish Mehta of the New York Daily News. Bell is scheduled to undergo an MRI on his injured knee Tuesday, and the Jets are reportedly signing practice squad running back Josh Adams to the active roster. The team expects to have more clarity on Bell's status later in the week. Even if he doesBell is scheduled to undergo an MRI on his injured knee Tuesday, and the Jets are reportedly signing practice squad running back Josh Adams to the active roster. The team expects to have more clarity on Bell's status later in the week.

“ Stafford is now considered week -to- week with an injury that one source said could sideline him for “this week or 3 weeks .” Stafford had started 136 consecutive regular-season games entering Sunday, the sixth -longest streak for a quarterback in NFL history.” Before the injury , Stafford was rolling

Doctors recently told Detroit Lions quarterback Matthew Stafford that the fractured bones in his back are a six - week injury , league sources told ESPN. Sources: Docs tell Stafford he has 6 - week injury .

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Matthew Stafford has been told by doctors that the fractured bones in his back should require six weeks of recovery, sources told ESPN's Adam Schefter.

The Detroit Lions quarterback could return before then, however, as the club remains unsure about the timeline, Schefter reports.

Stafford missed last week's tilt against the Chicago Bears and has already been ruled out for Sunday's matchup with the Dallas Cowboys. Including Week 11, Detroit has seven games remaining in its season.

The Lions are apparently holding out hope for a timely recovery, as, they've chosen not to put him on injured reserve. Backup Jeff Driskel will continue to lead the team from under center.

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Detroit Lions undrafted rookie quarterback David Blough will start in his team's Week 13 matchup against the Chicago Bears on Thursday, the team announced Wednesday. Jeff Driskel, who started three games filling in for the injured Matthew Stafford, battled a hamstring injury this week and was listed as questionable prior to the contest. He will serve as Detroit's backup pivot behind Blough. Driskel was given the starting duties following Week 9 after Stafford suffered back injuries. The fourth-year signal-caller has gone 0-3 since Week 10, tossing four touchdowns and four interceptions.Blough went undrafted in 2019 after playing four seasons at Purdue.

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