Stafford was placed on the reserve/did not report list after failing to show up for the start of training camp. Stafford signed with the Steelers back in May after spending last season with the Titans. It was the most productive year of his career, as he turned in 52 tackles, a sack and an interception. Despite being just 26 years old, Stafford is reportedly considering retirement, which is the reason he's yet to report. No timetable for an official decision has been given at this point in time.
Stafford signed a deal Tuesday with the Steelers, Jim Wyatt of TitantsOnline.com reports. Stafford is coming off his most productive season of his NFL career in 2016 with the Titans, as he recorded 52 tackles, one sack and an interception. The safety will now join Pittsburgh for its offseason workouts leading up to training camp, and Stafford should have a fair chance at securing a depth role on Pittsburgh's final roster this season.
Stafford (hamstring) does not appear on the Titans' injury report Wednesday. Stafford missed his first game of the season in Week 12 against the Bears but has since been afforded the Titans' bye in Week 13. Due to his absence from the injury report, the former seventh-rounder should be available this weekend against Denver.
Stafford (hamstring) is inactive for Sunday's Week 12 matchup with the Bears. Stafford didn't pop up on the Titans' injury report until Friday, when he was a limited participant in practice due to a tight hamstring, but that's apparently enough to keep him out for the first time all season. The safety has been working in a reserve capacity for most of the campaign, but has collected 43 tackles and an interception along the way.
Stafford (hamstring) is questionable to play Sunday against the Bears. Stafford is dealing with slight hamstring tightness according to head coach Mike Mularkey. His absence would likely have an adverse impact on the Titans' performance on special teams.