(WXYZ) — The Detroit Lions and quarterback Matthew Stafford have agreed to mutually part ways, with the team planning to trade him during the offseason, league sources confirm to 7 Action News.
The 32-year-old has been with Detroit for the past 12 seasons and was the first overall draft pick in 2009.
During his time in Detroit, Stafford broke several records in both the NFL and for the Lions. Below you'll find some of his records.
– Fastest player to reach 15,000, 20,000, 25,000, 30,000 and 40,000 career passing yards - 53 games, 71 games, 90 games, 109 games and 147 games
– One of 5 players with a 5,000-yard passing season in 2011 - 5,038 yards
– Most game-winning drives in a single season - 8 in 2016
Detroit Lions records
– Most career passing yards - 45,109 yards
– Most career pass completions - 3,898 completions
– Most career passing touchdowns - 282 touchdowns
– Most career game-winning drives - 34
– Most consecutive completed passes in a game - 14