Detroit Lions' quarterback Matthew Stafford is not revealing the extent of his that he suffered on Sunday, according to mlive.com.
Stafford left Sunday's game against Tennessee with a leg injury in the fourth quarter. Detroit welcomes Minnesota to Ford Field in week 4.
The 2009 first overall pick has been injury prone in his NFL career. He sustained a knee knock in his rookie year and injured his shoulder in 2010. Stafford played a full season in 2011.
Shaun Hill will start at quarterback if Stafford misses anytime. Hill extraordinarily led Detroit into overtime before falling to Tennessee. Hill threw for 172 yards and two touchdowns including a hail mary as time expired in the fourth quarter.