Stafford to play in 100th game for Lions against Redskins (The Associated Press)

Matthew Stafford started playing quarterback back in the fourth grade when his father also put him at linebacker in six-on-six tackle football. As Stafford enters the 100th game of his career with the Detroit Lions on Sunday at home against the Washington Redskins, his first coach fondly recalls his hard-hitting start in the game. ”What Matthew loved more than anything else was playing middle linebacker because he just loved to tackle,” John Stafford said Wednesday.

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