Brady at Practice on Monday

For the first time since before the AFC Championship, Tom Brady took part in a full team practice.  At Monday afternoon’s practice, Brady took part in all team drills, including jogging.  Brady did however, have his ankle taped, and he did have a noticeable limp.

Tom Brady will play in the game.  The media is covering this thing too much.  However, the severity of the injury shouldn’t be downplayed as it will nag Brady during the Super Bowl, as high ankle sprains take a few weeks to fully recover from.  That being said, I recall that Brady once had his ankle injured before the Super Bowl.  I wonder how it panned out that time…

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4 Responses to Brady at Practice on Monday

  1. […] Greg wrote a fantastic post today on “Brady at Practice on Monday”Here’s ONLY a quick extractFor the first time since before the AFC Championship, Tom Brady took part in a full team practice. At Monday afternoon’s practice, Brady took part in all team drills, including jogging. Brady did however, have his ankle taped, … […]

  2. Anonymous says:

    hey, I found a video on the Superbowl Radio Row, check it out.

    http://www.boston.tv/clips/631741639.html

  3. A says:

    I found a video (Patriots Fan Club) on Boston.TV thought you’d like to see it:

    http://www.boston.tv/clips/631056191.html

  4. jakeJakeJAKE says:

    In Super Bowl 36 brady had a similar injury in the AFC Championship game against the Steelers. What happened then? He led us to the game winning drive and won the MVP award! My point is, Brady will be just fine for the Superbowl. The media just wants to blow the situation up because it will get people watching. They will come up with any reason possible to make you that the Patriots will lose. I think Lawrence Maroney plays great, Tom Brady plays great, Moss is quiet but opens it up for other guys and the Patriots beat the Giants 31-17.

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