Earlier in the week, upcoming Lions quarterback Matthew Stafford sat down for an interview with Mitch Albom from Detroit Free Press which touched upon topics related to his pending trade in the beings.
On Sunday, the newspaper shared more of the conversation with their subscribers. One of the new issues had to do with a report Stafford was open for trade to any team other than the Patriots.
Stafford did not share whether he was willing to travel to New England, but said there was more than one place he did not want to go to the next chapter of his NFL career.
“What exactly is – and it’s incredible [the Lions] “I asked to go to a team that was ready to win a championship,” said Stafford. “And you know there were a couple of teams on this list. There were a few teams that were not on the list. And they respected it and fully understood. I had thoughts and reasons for each and every one of them. ”
For the first two decades of the millennium, the Patriots were the place to go if you were looking for a team ready to win a championship. Their first year without Tom Brady dropped them from those ranks and Stafford will not be the quarterback leading a resurgence in New England.
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