Published: Thu, October 12, 2017
Sports | By Mabel Barber

Tom Brady has sprain to non-throwing shoulder

Tom Brady has sprain to non-throwing shoulder

New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady missed practice Tuesday, but is expected to be fine Sunday to face the Jets. According to Michael Giardi of NBC Sports Boston, Brady re-aggravated a shoulder injury that he originally hurt against the Panthers on October 1. He was on the field Wednesday during the portion of practice open to the media. Reports said Brady did not participate because of an AC joint sprain in his left shoulder. The injury was re-aggravated during their Thursday Night Football matchup with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.

According to Rapoport, Brady will not miss Sunday's game against the New York Jets (3-2).

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One way to do that would be to put pressure on Brady like the Panthers, and every other team this season, did. He's already been sacked 16 times after a 15-sack season in 2016.

If there was any concern about Tom Brady potentially not playing Sunday against the Jets, the 40-year-old ended that debate when he spoke Wednesday at Gillette Stadium. During a time when nearly all quarterback's bodies break down (late 30s, early 40s), Brady has not missed a game he has been eligible to play in since that 2008 season.

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