Now that the lockout is over, we can go back to focusing on other stuff, like which quarterbacks on the injury report actually are injured, which ones actually aren’t, and which ones are injured but aren’t on the actual report.
Patriots quarterback Tom Brady, who at one time was disclosed so frequently on the injury report as having a right shoulder problem that we thought it perhaps was congenital, appeared on Wednesday’s report as being a limited participant in practice with, yes, a right shoulder problem.
On Thursday, he was removed from the report altogether — even though the normal procedure would be to list him as fully participating with the injured body part mentioned in parentheses.
So, apparently, Brady is now fine. Still, it would probably be wise for the Bills to try to put a little “hot sauce” on that wing.