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Tom Brady has a foot injury

For years, Tom Brady has been probable with a “shoulder” problem on the injury report.

That habit stopped for a while, but started up again during this season.  Now it appears Brady has another actual injury.  Brady sat out practice on Wednesday with a foot problem in addition to his right shoulder injury.

It’s hard to tell how serious the foot injury is.  Brady met with the media on Wednesday that’s usually a clear sign a player isn’t that hurt.

Brian Hoyer replaced Brady with 2:34 left against the Browns Sunday, but the score was 34-14.  It seemed like it was just a way to get Hoyer some time during mop up time.

Considering that Brady was loath to miss a single practice in training camp, the new foot/shoulder injury certainly looks more worrisome for Patriots fans than the old shoulder/probable routine was.

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23 Responses to “Tom Brady has a foot injury”
  1. Mseven says: Nov 10, 2010 4:55 PM

    Looks like there will be a wooden indian at “Q” Sunday in Pittsburgh.
    Harrison will probably be held on every down…again.

  2. The Real Shuxion says: Nov 10, 2010 4:55 PM

    Bodden gone, Warren Gone, Gostkowski gone, Brady hurt………..wanna kick my dog while you are at it?

  3. HooskerDo says: Nov 10, 2010 4:57 PM

    Did Fred Taylor give it to him?

  4. xStaticOnRadio says: Nov 10, 2010 4:59 PM

    Brady probably gave Favre a call after the blowout loss to the Browns to ask for advice on how to make up built-in excuses. Now, if the Patriots lose it’s because Brady is injured. But if they win, Brady is a warrior for playing through the injury. Favre 101.
    The Patriots are a terrible 6-2 team. Brady doesn’t throw the ball more than 10 yards anymore, and their defense made Ryan Fitzpatrick look like Joe Montana.

  5. JohnnyFootballHero says: Nov 10, 2010 4:59 PM

    wow, it’s a boring week in the NFL, isn’t it?

  6. NFLMMAfan says: Nov 10, 2010 5:05 PM

    BB is making this up hiding injuries and faking others as he has done for years.
    The problem is Tommy’s hair cut.

  7. florio4prez says: Nov 10, 2010 5:12 PM

    Silverback notes to self:
    See targets.
    Hit targets.

  8. Lott42 says: Nov 10, 2010 5:14 PM

    The guy is money, he’ll play and win against Steelers.

  9. Bossman says: Nov 10, 2010 5:24 PM

    xStatic, You mean the 6 and 2 team that beat teams like Baltimore, Minnesota, Sand Diego and Miami (in Miami). Hey, dipstick, 6 wins at the halfway point in the NFL is very good. You’re a knucklehead xStatic, a straight-up knucklehead.

  10. Bears_Beets_Battlestar says: Nov 10, 2010 5:25 PM

    Ha ha.

  11. notwhoyouthinkitis says: Nov 10, 2010 5:28 PM

    Interesting stat:
    Brady’s career TD/INT ratio against the Steelers is 9/3.
    Big Ben’s career TD/INT ratio against the Patriots is 7/1.

  12. Laxer37 says: Nov 10, 2010 5:29 PM

    Never had a foot problem until he switched to Underarmour.
    The Nike curse is born!

  13. JohnnyUlives says: Nov 10, 2010 5:46 PM

    Whimp just needs an excuse as to why the rats lost on Sunday.

  14. xStaticOnRadio says: Nov 10, 2010 5:48 PM

    “Baltimore, Minnesota, Sand Diego and Miami ”
    Baltimore is a pretty good team, I’ll give you that. Their defense is terribly over-rated, but yes they’re a good team. But you should have just stopped there.
    Minnesota is 3-5 and the teams they’ve beaten are the 1-7 Cowboys, 2-6 Lions and the hapless Cardinals. San Diego is medicore at best. They put up big points but they’re still 4-5. Miami is 4-4 and just replaced their starting quarterback. So, the Patriots beating those teams makes them elite? Okay, whatever. The Patriots also have wins against the 2-6 Bengals and the 0-8 Bills.
    6-2 IS very good at the halfway point. I’m simply saying the Patriots are not very good for being 6-2. They’ve had a ridiculously easy schedule, and are one dimensional offensively.
    Let’s see how they do against the Steelers, Colts, Jets and Packers in the second part of their schedule.

  15. frank booth says: Nov 10, 2010 5:48 PM

    Yeah, but Favre has a fractured ankle, and Brett Favre is a warrior even though he tells us about every injury, but he shows up to play and now his limping is gone and he had his arm cut off in a band saw and he’s so tough he grew another one back and when he was walking out of the doctor’s office he was cut in half by a back hoe so he dragged his torso right back into that doctor and he stitched him right up and Favre’s a warrior so he went back to practice right after chewing on a nine-iron for lunch and washed it down with some shards of glass because he’s a warrior.

  16. Harbs is the Man! says: Nov 10, 2010 5:53 PM

    Pats come out with a chip on their shoulder atfer last weeks loss, Shitsburgh doesn’t get lucky like they did last week against Chincy (let’s face it, Pitt was no that GOOD last week, and the Bunguls were just THAT bad on special teams and O).
    Brady plays, lights up the Squealer secondary, and Rapistberger throws 2 picks and fumbles twice.
    NE 31
    Shtsbrg 17

  17. Securb says: Nov 10, 2010 6:00 PM

    I heard he hurt his foot breaking it off in Belichicks behind for trading Randy Moss

  18. Deb says: Nov 10, 2010 6:02 PM

    The Pats are down 34-14 and Brady leaves the game with about two and a half minutes to play.
    Sorry, but I just don’t think you can read anything into that.
    If they’d been down 34-31 or if he’d left in the third quarter, it would be significant. In this case, the game was over, Brady might be a little dinged, so they sent the backup in to mop up. No big deal.
    I expect he’ll start Sunday night.

  19. Grape_Ape says: Nov 10, 2010 6:07 PM

    xStaticOnRadio says:
    November 10, 2010
    The Patriots are a terrible 6-2 team. Brady doesn’t throw the ball more than 10 yards anymore, and their defense made Ryan Fitzpatrick look like Joe Montana.
    He also did the same vs the Ravens D
    Nice try!

  20. Katmanduu says: Nov 10, 2010 6:34 PM

    You think the jackwagon is hurt now?? Wait ’til Sunday night….

  21. rebalynne says: Nov 11, 2010 7:07 AM

    Too bad they didn’t just chop it off.

  22. jackburtonsspawn says: Nov 11, 2010 8:35 AM

    Be nice to see Polamalu tackle this clown by his hair, then you’ll hear the calls about it being an issue.

  23. crownofthehelmet says: Nov 11, 2010 10:47 AM

    In related news, the league just passed a new rule that no defender is allowed within 3 feet of the Golden Boy for fear he’ll get his foot stepped on.

    I’m actually in favor of it, as the Steeler-Pats game will then be competitive, versus the beatdown that would have occured.

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