Published: Thu, October 12, 2017
Sport | By Wendy Sparks

Tom Brady Misses Practice Due To Shoulder Injury

Tom Brady Misses Practice Due To Shoulder Injury

The good news is that the injury is in his left shoulder - not his throwing shoulder.

When asked about his shoulder, Brady said he's just fine.

NFL Network's Ian Rapoport reported Tuesday that Brady had suffered an AC joint sprain in his left shoulder and that the future Hall of Fame quarterback did not participate in practice on Tuesday.

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It doesn't change the fact that he has an injury that apparently is causing him pain through which he'll have to play.

"I'll be there Sunday, don't worry about that", he said Wednesday in his weekly news conference after practice. "There's a lot of bumps and bruises over the course a year".

He said he also wasn't anxious about getting an MRI, and he made it clear no one should be concerned about the possibility of him not playing this week.

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"I think everybody does", he said. 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.

"Tom's as physically and mentally tough as any player I've coached". "No doubt about that".

Aside from fielding questions about his health, Brady also raved about the season wide receiver Danny Amendola is having. He is one of 10 quarterbacks with at least 200 regular-season starts in a career.

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