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Matthew Stafford dinged up in Lions’ loss

Josh Katzenstein
The Detroit News

San Diego — Quarterback Matthew Stafford might be dealing with an injury.

After a hard hit by Melvin Ingram on Sunday, one that led to an interception, Stafford came up favoring his right arm.

He didn’t miss any snaps, but Stafford did take some time to warm up before the next series, in which he threw another interception. Later in the third quarter, he was wearing a sleeve on his right arm.

“You saw him get hit, obviously, and once he got hit, it was his way of keeping it warm,” Caldwell said.

After the game, Stafford had scrapes on his left arm, and one reporter saw him struggling to lift his right arm as he dressed. But the quarterback didn’t indicate he’s dealing with anything serious.