After suffering a rib injury against the Green Bay Packers, Detroit Lions quarterback Matthew Stafford is reportedly in jeopardy of missing Sunday's game against the Tennessee Titans.
That report may explain why the Lions brought in a quarterback for a visit on Tuesday.
According to the NFL transaction report from today, the Lions brought in former Mississippi QB Jordan Ta'amu for a visit.
If Stafford cannot play, or God forbid is out for the season, the Lions will be in the market for depth QB and Ta'amu may their guy.
Today’s tryout/visit list. Of note … Lions bringing in QB Jordan Ta’amu and Vikings bringing in K Chandler Catanzaro. pic.twitter.com/SSbl4rCjXJ
— Albert Breer (@AlbertBreer) December 15, 2020