Lions quarterback Matthew Stafford continues to heal from a sprained throwing shoulder, but neither he nor coach Jim Schwartz gave any indication Monday of when Stafford might play again.
"He's making progress," Schwartz said. "Each day that he goes out and does something, he does a little bit more."
Stafford said he would continue to test his shoulder.
"I'm getting there," Stafford said on "The Mitch Albom Show" on WJR-AM (760). "I'm still rehabbing, doing all that stuff. I've started throwing a little bit this week. I threw today some, and I'll throw probably again Wednesday and Friday and see how it feels and go from there.
"It feels pretty good. I wouldn't call it 100%. I don't feel like it did preinjury, but it's feeling pretty good, so that's encouraging."