Quarterback Tom Brady’s close call, which came late in the first half of Friday night’s game when Redskins defensive tackle Albert Haynesworth knocked Brady down and landed on him, initially appeared to be just that — a close call.
But there since has been considerable hand-writing regarding the condition of Brady’s right shoulder. You know, the one he uses to throw the ball.
The official word from the team is that Brady has a “sore shoulder.”
Several of you have pointed out that this means Brady will be listed as “probable (shoulder)” for every game for the rest of his career.