Does Matthew Stafford’s injury to his throwing arm raise concerns for the Rams? | KJM

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Does Matthew Stafford’s injury to his throwing arm raise concerns for the Rams? | KJM

The KJM crew discusses any concerns for Matthew Stafford and the Los Angeles Rams to repeat as Super Bowl champions this season.


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