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Lions-Buccaneers injury report: Matthew Stafford practices, but doesn’t throw FEATURED ARTICLE

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I like writing about my feelings about the Detroit Lions on this website, but since I read so many other Detroit Lions blogs, at times it just makes more sense to share what another blogger is writing about our team. Even though,Although I hope you come to this site often for your Lions news and info, I still appreciate all of the other good site owners around the internet, and I want to share what some of them have to say as well.

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Lions-Buccaneers injury report: Matthew Stafford practices, but doesn’t throw

Stafford was listed as a limited participant on Wednesday.

The status of Matthew Stafford appears more up in the air than ever, as the Detroit Lions quarterback technically practiced on Wednesday, but didn’t actually do much. According to several beat writers present during the open portion of practice, Stafford did not throw at all, only occasionally handing the ball off with his left, non-throwing hand.

While it’s possible that Stafford threw once the media was escorted out of practice, this isn’t an encouraging sign for his availability this week against the Buccaneers. He was officially listed as limited.

The Lions were also without starting right tackle and guard Rick Wagner and T.J. Lang, who missed time during Sunday’s game with an ankle and foot injure respectively.

On the defensive side, Ezekiel Ansah and Dwight Freeney also ” >”>

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