Tom Brady

#12 QB / New England Patriots / EXP: 16YRS Height: 6-4 Weight: 225 lb Age: 38 College: Michigan Bye 4,18,21

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  • by RotoWire Staff | Special to CBSSports.com

    Patriots' Tom Brady: Falls short in furious comeback attempt

    Brady completed just 27 of 56 passes for 310 yards, a touchdown and a pair of interceptions in Sunday's loss to the Broncos in the AFC championship game. Up against a ferocious Broncos defense, Brady wasn't able to establish a rhythm until the fourth quarter, when he led a furious comeback attempt that fell one two-point conversion short of tying the game. The ageless Brady enjoyed another fine season, throwing 36 touchdowns and just seven interceptions, which represents the second-fewest of his storied career. Brady clearly intends to play again in 2016, when the Patriots will once again be among the favorites to come out of the AFC.

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    Patriots' Tom Brady: Throws for 302 yards, two TD in Divisional Round victory

    Brady completed 28 of 42 passes for 302 yards and two touchdowns in Saturday's 27-20 Divisional Round playoff victory over the Chiefs. He also gained six yards on six rushes and tallied a rushing touchdown on a second-quarter one-yard sneak. Brady looked like a new man with all of his weapons once again at his disposal, a far cry from the forgettable last two games of the regular season against the Jets and Dolphins. The future Hall-of-Famer reveled in the embarassment of riches in the passing game, completing passes to eight different players. He also threw for over 300 yards for the first time since Week 13 against the Eagles, which tied him with Peyton Manning for most career post-season games of 300 yards (nine). Brady looks primed for another AFC Championship Game next week against either the Steelers or the Manning-led Broncos.

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    Patriots' Tom Brady: Active Saturday

    Brady (ankle) is active for Saturday's divisional round game against the Chiefs. Brady sustained an ankle injury in the regular season finale, but after a bye and another full week of practice, he's as healthy as can be heading into the postseason. Seeking yet another appearance in the big game, he'll have the entire receiving corps at his disposal, though Rob Gronkowski had an injection in his right knee during the week while Julian Edelman (foot) is logging his first game action since Nov. 15.

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    Patriots' Tom Brady: Listed as probable for Saturday

    Brady (ankle) is listed as probable for Saturday's game against the Chiefs. While Brady's availability for the contest is not in question, the status of, and potential effectiveness of key Patriots' passing weapons Rob Gronkowski (knee/back) and Julian Edelman (foot) is less certain at this stage.

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    Patriots' Tom Brady: Practices fully Wednesday

    Brady (ankle) was a full participant at Wednesday's practice. Brady no doubt benefited from the Patriots' first-round bye, and his full participation in practice Wednesday confirms that he's firmly on track to start Saturday's playoff contest against the Chiefs.

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    Patriots' Tom Brady: Moving around okay at practice

    ESPN's Mike Reiss noted that at Monday's practice, Brady was "not showing any signs that (his) right ankle sprain is a major issue for him." That's not to say that Brady won't be listed on the Patriots' injury report in advance of Saturday's playoff game against the Chiefs, but at this stage there's little doubt that the QB will be available for the contest.

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    Patriots' Tom Brady: Says he's feeling better

    Though CSN New England relays that Brady -- who is dealing with an ankle issue -- "still had a slight hitch in his step" as of Wednesday, the QB noted that he was "feeling better" than he was a couple of days ago. By virtue of earning a first-round bye, the Patriots won't play again until a week from Saturday, with the added healing/preparation time coming at an opportune juncture for Brady and the ranks of his banged up teammates. In any case, as things stand, there's little doubt with regard to Brady's availability for the team's Jan. 16 playoff opener.

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    Patriots' Tom Brady: Doesn't have noticeable limp

    Brady (ankle) didn't have a noticeable limp while walking around the locker room Tuesday afternoon, Michael Whitmer of the Boston Globe reports. With the Patriots on bye and always hesitant to share injury information, this may be the closest thing we get to an update until next week. Even though he's believed to be dealing with a high ankle sprain, Brady is expected to be ready for a divisional round matchup with either the Bengals, Chiefs or Texans. The Patriots are probably glad to avoid a potential matchup with the Steelers, but it sure would have been nice for anyone who's counting on Brady to put up big numbers in the playoffs. The other remaining AFC teams all appear quite strong on the defensive side of the ball.

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    Patriots' Tom Brady: Reportedly dealing with high ankle sprain

    NFL Network's Albert Breer relays via a source that Brady is thought to be dealing with a high ankle sprain. Not surprisingly, Brady is expected to be ready to go the next time the Patriots take the field for a game, on Jan. 16, but we'd expect the injury to require some some management and treatment leading up to that date, in any case.

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    Report: Patriots QB Tom Brady diagnosed with sprained ankle

    Brady underwent an MRI that revealed a sprained ankle following Sunday's loss to the Dolphins, ESPN's Adam Schefter reports. Brady was beat up during Sunday's game, but fortunately appears to have avoided a more serious injury, as his MRI showed no breaks or fractures. Nursing solely a sprained ankle, Brady is expected to be ready to play once the Patriots emerge from their first-round playoff bye.

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