Stafford Continues Rehab Progression

Lions’ quarterback Matthew Stafford completed an important step in his rehabilitation process following surgery on his injured right shoulder. Stafford underwent shoulder surgery in January, the procedure was performed by noted surgeon Dr. James Andrews. Stafford, who played in just three games in 2010 due to two different shoulder injuries, started throwing on Wednesday, accroding to his Twitter feed. Stafford posted: “Just got done throwin shoulder is feeling good…staying in Athens with the boys for a few more unexpected days.” Stafford is currently rehabbing at the Andrews Institute in Pensacola, Florida and was in Athens for the University of Georgia’s Pro day.

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