After spending 12 seasons with Detroit, quarterback Matthew Stafford now feels like he a rookie saying as he’s “walking around trying to learn everybody’s name” along with learning who does what.
The deal also includes two first-round picks and a third round pick to the Lions.
As he learns from his new team, the player says that he is loving the challenge of “trying to perform at high level” in the new atmosphere.
Speaking about the quarterback was Rams coach Sean McVay, who thinks that Stafford “feels very comfortable out here,” whilst admitting that “there’s a lot of little nuances and we’re just still getting things figured out.”
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