IRVINE, Calif. (AP) — Los Angeles Rams quarterback Matthew Stafford stopped passing after hitting the thumb of his throwing hand on the helmet of a defensive player near the end of Monday's practice. Coach Sean McVay is hopeful it is nothing serious. Stafford was looked at by trainers but did not resume throwing in practice. He was able to grip a towel and his helmet, which is why McVay was hopeful. “I think he’ll be OK. We’ll just see what happens. That’s part of the game,” McVay said. The thum
Rams quarterback Matthew Stafford injures his thumb, but there's no telling yet how badly because the team did not release an official statement to address it.
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