Being placed on the list meant Stafford had A) Tested positive for COVID-19, or B) He had come in contact with somebody who had tested positive.
According to Albert Breer of Sports Illustrated, Stafford tested positive for COVID-19 on Friday after having negative on both Tuesday and Wednesday.
So, what does this mean for Stafford's immediate future?
As you can see below on the Return to Facility protocol put out by the NFL/NFLPA, Stafford will have to adhere to the “Following a positive test, but asymptomatic” section.
With Stafford testing negative on both Tuesday and Wednesday before testing positive on Friday, there is also the possibility that it was a false positive test and he could be back in the minimum time.