Matthew Stafford, the quarterback of the Los Angeles Rams who won the Super Bowl, didn’t throw during practice on Wednesday because he is still dealing with an elbow problem that has hampered his offseason activity. Stafford has what is being referred to as “severe tendinitis” or “thrower’s elbow,” according to NFL Network Insider, who revealed this on Inside Training Camp Live on Thursday.
According to Rapoport, “this elbow problem, which truly manifested in the spring, is described to me as serious tendinitis. His throwing elbow has a tendon problem. In the offseason, he underwent a little operation to attempt to control it. Everyone in Los Angeles believes this will be okay in the long run, in my opinion. He is a quarterback, but I don’t feel any pressure. However, that is a throwing arm. Undoubtedly, this is something we should keep an eye on.” Stafford tossed the ball on Thursday, demonstrating his rapid recovery.