Matthew Stafford, the quarterback of the Los Angeles Rams, signed a lucrative extension after helping them win the Super Bowl. He also took the time to recover.
Stafford told reporters Tuesday that he had done some offseason maintenance. This included a March anti-inflammatory shot that temporarily put his arm in brace. Stafford stated Tuesday that he feels good and was present at the first day offseason practice.
Stafford, who was traded to the Rams ahead of the 2021 season and rushed for 4,886 yards in 17 regular season games his first year with L.A. He was a leader of the team to victory over the Bengals in Super Bowl LVII.
Sean McVay, the Rams head coach, said that the team was still going, one day at a.m., where new deals with Aaron Donald, defensive end, and Cooper Kupp were concerned. However, there has been “good dialogue”Both players. “Those are things that are still at the forefront of our thoughts,”McVay said: via the team website, Stu Jackson.