Matthew Stafford: Detroit Lions place quarterback on reserve/COVID-19 list | NFL News

first_imgThe Detroit Lions have placed quarterback Matthew Stafford on the reserve/COVID-19 list for the second time in three months, the team announcedWednesday.Stafford was put on the list during training camp on August 1 but was reinstated a few days later after further tests revealed a false positive.Stafford, 32, will miss Sunday’s game against the Minnesota Vikings. Chase Daniel is the backup behind Stafford.- Advertisement – Stafford played just eight games last season after suffering a back injury on the final drive of Detroit’s 31-24 loss to Oakland on November 3. Stafford was put on injured reserve on December 17. Stafford had a streak of 136 straight regular-season starts snapped. – Advertisement – Detroit Lions quarterback Matthew Stafford returned a false positive in August Matthew Stafford will miss Detroit’s match against the Minnesota Vikings on Sunday with Chase Daniel filling in for the Lions; Stafford was first put on the list during training camp in August but was reinstated a few days later after it was found to be a false positive Last Updated: 04/11/20 9:51pmcenter_img Detroit Lions quarterback Matthew Stafford returned a false positive in August
Detroit Lions quarterback Matthew Stafford returned a false positive in August

Rashford reacts to Ighalo’s Man Utd loan deal extension

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Mastercare School Lifts Zenith Bank/Delta Principals’ Cup

first_imgOthers who graced the occasion include; Victor Ikpeba, Victor Agali, Ifeanyi Udeze, Samson Ozogula, Prince Afejuku and Edema Fuludu, who are all products of the competition.Apart from the ex-internationals, the Governor of the state, Ifeanyi Okowa and the President of the Nigeria Football Federation, Amaju Pinnick, were at the stadium to cheer the youngsters.Nwosu was full of praises for Zenith Bank for bringing back the competition after 28 years as he advised the children to be good ambassador of the state.“Zenith Bank has done well for our children by bringing back the Principals’ Cup,” he said.“It is important to combine academics with sports because it will definitely help the children. The level of commitment of the team has shown that the future is bright.”It was an emotional moment for former African Footballer of the Year, Ikpeba, who described the final as best of soccer artistry.Ikpeba who hailed from Delta State also applauds Zenith Bank as he advised the financial institution to extend the sponsorship to other sports.The governor in his remarks announced that no school should be registered again without sporting facilities while also announcing the sum of N200,000 each for the winner of the Most Valuable player, Golden Gloves and the Highest Goal Scorer of the competition.The CEO of Hideaplux Limited, Warri, the organisers of the event, Tony Pemu, said it was a glorious show that ended well.“We cannot ask for more. We had a good take off, a remarkable competition altogether and fantastic ending too,” Pemu said.Share this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegram Mastercare International School, Asaba, at the weekend defeated Idjerhe Grammar School 2-1 to emerge champions of the Zenith Bank sponsored Delta State Principal’s Cup.The final game played at the Ozoro Poly Stadium witnessed the cream de la cream of the country’s football.The ex-internationals were led to the final by Henry Nwosu, who is the youngest Nigerian player to win the African Nations Cup when he was picked straight out of St. Finbarr’s College to play for the national team while still under 17 years old.last_img read more