Matthew Stafford expected to play Sunday against Saints

Stafford, listed with an ankle injury, was a full participant in practice Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday. However, fans shouldn't worry as Adam Schefter of ESPN says he'll be suiting up on Sunday. He missed the London game with a hamstring injury. Detroit also did not sign another quarterback this week, meaning if Stafford were unable to play for some reason, Jake Rudock would be the only quarterback on the roster.

One player fans should be more anxious about playing this week is rookie wide receiver Kenny Golladay, who is also listed as questionable. Among them, Golladay seems least likely to play after doing nearly nothing during the portions of practice open to reporters.


Matthew Stafford injured a hamstring and an ankle in last Sunday's 27-24 home loss to Carolina, but is likely to play this week. Lang (back), right tackle Rick Wagner (shoulder) and running back Dwayne Washington (quad) were also listed as questionable.

The only player ruled out by Detroit is linebacker Paul Worrilow, who hasn't played or practiced in two weeks because of a knee injury he suffered in Minnesota.

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