Hill played the entire game against New England last Thursday, throwing for 285 yards in a 45-24 loss. None of the quarterbacks were in the locker room Tuesday when it was open to reporters.
Stafford hasn't played since hurting his throwing shoulder for the second time this season in that game. He was also injured in the opener at Chicago, forcing Hill to start the next five games. Hill broke his non-throwing arm against the Giants, but Stafford was healthy enough to come back and lead his team to a win over Washington in the next game.
Detroit picked up Robinson after Stafford's second injury.
Stafford did say he was hoping to take a step forward this week.
"Hopefully I might try and do a little bit of light throwing this week and see how it feels," Stafford said Monday during a weekly appearance on WJR radio.
Schwartz indicated that might happen in the near future.
"He's probably pretty close to that" Schwartz said. "He's doing really well in his rehab."
Schwartz cautioned that the team has to evaluate Stafford each day instead of putting him on a set schedule.
"Just because he throws on one day, doesn't mean we plan on him throwing the next day," Schwartz said.
Schwartz also didn't provide an update on kicker Jason Hanson, who has been out since hurting the knee on his kicking leg against the Jets.
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