Lions QB Stafford might have a dislocated kneecap

Lions QB Matthew Stafford is suffering from what the team’s medical staff believes could be a dislocated right kneecap, a league source told NFL Network’s Jason La Canfora.

The extent of the injury will be known after further tests are conducted Monday. Stafford didn’t seem overly concerned about the injury while on the sideline Sunday in Chicago, with his knee taped and iced.

The Lions declined to comment when asked if Stafford had suffered a dislocated kneecap. A team spokesperson e-mailed a response that Stafford “was not physically able to finish the game” and that he will have a further update on Monday.

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