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Stafford intends to play 'for a long time' despite back injuries

7 monthes ago   |   By TheScore

Detroit Lions quarterback Matthew Stafford doesn't have any concerns about his long-term NFL future despite dealing with back injuries for the past two seasons. "I want to play for a long time," Stafford said. "I felt like I was playing really good ball this year and something that was kind of a freak deal that happened, and obviously got to take it in stride and listen to doctors, my body, coaches and figure out what's best, but I was having a lot of fun playing when I was out there and wish I could be out there now trying to help us win games." Stafford - who has been sidelined since...
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