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“My goal, obviously, is to be healthy,” said Stafford, whose first two seasons have included injuries to both shoulders, including surgery last fall on the right (throwing) one. “If I’m healthy and out there, I feel like I can execute at a high level. We have enough weapons at this point in our offense where we can attack all over the field and really be successful.”
Cornerbacks Chris Houston (groin) and Eric Wright (groin) are questionable for Friday’s game against Cleveland.
The Lions will take that opportunity to get a long look at second-year corner Aaron Berry, who shows a lot of promise, but can’t seem to stay healthy.
The Cleveland Browns and Detroit Lions are both a few years from being contenders, but they are both showing signs of improvement this pre-season. Detroit has a far better opportunity to exceed NFL handicappers expectations this season, but the Browns are hoping that Colt McCoy can lead them to the promise land much earlier than expected.
But as the Browns prepared for tonight’s second practice game against the Detroit Lions, the defense was gaining notice, too.
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