Lions quarterback Matthew Stafford hurt his right arm during last Sunday’s loss to the Chargers when linebacker Melvin Ingram drilled him on a third quarter throw that resulted in an interception.
Stafford wore a large wrap on his arm at the team’s facility on Monday, but he ditched it in favor of the arm sleeve he wore after taking the hit in the loss to San Diego. Stafford said he would be good to go for Week Two when asked on Monday and reaffirmed that on Wednesday, although he opted not to discuss what happened to his arm last week.
“I feel good, ready to go,” Stafford said, via the Detroit Free Press. “I’m not here to talk about last week. I’ll talk to you guys anything you want to know about this coming-up week.”
While Stafford appears set to start against the Vikings, the Lions may be without linebacker DeAndre Levy for another week. Levy didn’t practice Wednesday after missing the opener with a hip injury that has now kept him off the field for several weeks.