Video of Tom Brady knee injury at Patriots practice surfaces on Twitter
Tom Brady suffered a knee injury at Patriots practice on Twitter. Video of that knee injury surfaced on Twitter later Wednesday.
Tom Brady suffered a scary injury to his left knee during Patriots practice on Wednesday. It's currently considered mostly a precautionary thing that he left practice but the video that surfaced from a Patriots fan Chad Kopcak on Twitter could make you think twice about feeling OK about Brady's status.
In the video, Patriots tackle Nate Solder is pushed backward by an opposing defensive end and into Brady. Brady is wiped out and rolled on the ground, holding his left knee. You can hear fans yelling "OH NO!" as it happens.
There's no need for excessive speculation about the state of Brady's knee. Trainers and doctors will tell Bill Belichick and we'll find out. But that is the same knee Brady injured when he lost the 2008 season with an ACL tear.
We'll leave it at that and, obviously, keep you updated. Hopefully it ends up being nothing at all.
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