by Ryan Wilson
Matthew Stafford took part in the University of Georgia's Pro Day nearly two weeks ago, and, by most accounts, he performed pretty much as expected. Which is to say: he displayed all the physical tools of a potential franchise quarterback, and NFL.com's Gil Brandt declared that he "wouldn't be worried if I were the Lions about taking him with the No. 1 pick."
Today the Lions, holders of the first-overall selection in the NFL draft, put Stafford through a private on-campus workout, and word on the street is that he improved on his Pro-Day effort. Via Tony Pauline, special to SI.com:
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