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NFL notebook: Stafford says Lions right to sit him on Sunday

Reuters Tuesday, 12 November 2019
Matthew Stafford was scratched with a back injury by the Detroit Lions before Sunday's game at Chicago, and the NFL is looking into when the team knew its quarterback wouldn't be able to go against the Bears, per multiple reports on Monday.
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