REPORT: Matthew Stafford ‘Wants Out’ of Detroit, According To Boomer Esiason
On Thursday, the Detroit Lions officially introduced new head coach Dan Campbell who gave some inetresting thoughts about starting QB matt Stafford going forward.
“I’m gonna have to sit down with Brad Holmes, but here’s what I’ll say: Matthew is a stud. He’s one of the toughest QBs you’ll ever see. He’s extremely talented, a team guy, and I know he wants to win. So I’ll leave it at that,” Campbell told reporters.
Unfortunately for Campbell, a new report is stating that Stafford might want to move on from the franchise that drafted him. According to a report from Boomer Esiason, Stafford “wants out.”
The former No. 1 overall pick still has two more years left on his contract. Despite dealing with multiple injuries last season, Stafford still tossed for 4,084 yards and 26 touchdowns.
Even still, the team finished 5-11 and in dead last in the NFC North.