Detroit Lions quarterback Jared Goff called in sick Wednesday and is one of at least five players dealing with flu-like symptoms.
Speaking to reporters via Zoom from his home, Goff said that he’s already feeling better.
The Lions (1-10-1) won for the first time this season last Sunday behind a three-touchdown game from Goff to beat the Minnesota Vikings. The performance earned the 27-year-old NFC Offensive Player of the Week honors.
In two games since his return from an oblique injury, Goff has a completion percentage near 70 with 467 passing yards and five touchdowns.
The Lions visit the Denver Broncos (6-6) on Sunday.
–Field Level Media