Bill Belichick has nothing to say about Tom Brady’s back

AP

Patriots quarterback Tom Brady supposedly has a sore back, which has been limiting his reps during training-camp practices. To the surprise of no one, coach Bill Belichick opted not to address the situation in a session with reporters the day after the team’s preseason opener.

“No,” Belichick said. “Sorry, Tom. I don’t.” (It’s nice to see Curran finally asking some hard-hitting, Shaughnessy-style questions.)

Teams have no obligation whatsoever to provide any information about injuries during the preseason. The requirement arises only in the days preceding the preseason opener, and even then the mandate is minimal.

So get used to knowing nothing until the Wednesday before Week One, at which time we’ll find out whether and to what extent Brady practices, and which body part may be hindering him.

22 responses to “Bill Belichick has nothing to say about Tom Brady’s back

  1. vikesr4reel says:
    August 10, 2018 at 12:45 pm
    When I hear something about BB, first thing that comes to mind is he cheats.
    Nice legacy huh!!
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    Some people prefer to live in fictional world, Alice in Wonderland comes to mind here.

  2. vikesr4reel says:
    August 10, 2018 at 12:45 pm
    When I hear something about BB….
    Nice legacy huh!!
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    Seven Super Bowl rings as a D-Coordinator or Head Coach.
    Twelve AFC Championship Games as a Head Coach.
    Eight Super Bowl Appearances as a Head Coach.
    Five Super Bowl wins as a Head Coach.
    Pushing 300 Career wins as a Head Coach.
    Slam dunk first ballot HOFer in spite of his many media enemies, and widely considered the Greatest Head Coach and General Manager of All-Time.

    Nice legacy?…no. Outstanding legacy?…Yes.

  3. vikesr4reel says:

    August 10, 2018 at 12:45 pm

    When I hear something about BB, first thing that comes to mind is he cheats.
    Nice legacy huh!!
    ———————————————————–

    Countless players moved on to play for other teams and not a single player ever mentioned anything that would agree with what is in your mind.

  4. vikesr4reel says:
    August 10, 2018 at 12:45 pm
    When I hear something about BB, first thing that comes to mind is he cheats.
    Nice legacy huh!!

    ———-

    But lets be honest. If he took a job with the Vikings you’d be pretty happy.

  5. vikesr4reel says:

    August 10, 2018 at 2:08 pm

    Cheats more than a cowboy in a country song!
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    Why are Patriot detractors obsessed with incessant repeating of the lame and tired “cheat” nonsense?

    This could have been avoided if they had only been able to understand the material presented during their 7th grade science class.

  6. Brady’s “dad” body needs to immediately become an “NFL” body. Strong muscle mass keeps bad backs healthy. The pictures of his shirtless off-season “dad body” portrayed him as “softer.” This issue could definitely speed up his retirement plans.

  7. “Cheating nonsense”???
    Really??
    Read the paper or tune into the news folks!!
    Patriots have admitted to cheating..
    Push the rock off of yourself dude

  8. ‘This could have been avoided if they had only been able to understand the material presented during their 7th grade science class.’

    I’m not sure some of these chuckle heads advanced all the way to middlel school.

  9. I love Brady staying out of pre season games…..too many players get lost for the year during what would be for him at this point, a meaningless game……
    Let Hoyer & Etling get a bunch of reps & experience….. Brady can do his stuff on the practice field!!!
    Go Pats!!!

  10. vikesr4reel says:
    August 10, 2018 at 2:50 pm

    “Cheating nonsense”???
    Really??
    Read the paper or tune into the news folks!!
    Patriots have admitted to cheating..
    Push the rock off of yourself dude
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    Get real. The Patriots have never admitting doing something they have never done.

  11. Centered00 says:
    August 10, 2018 at 2:37 pm
    Brady’s “dad” body needs to immediately become an “NFL” body. Strong muscle mass keeps bad backs healthy. The pictures of his shirtless off-season “dad body” portrayed him as “softer.” This issue could definitely speed up his retirement plans.

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    Sure… like Kapernick. He was held together by tape. Being ripped is not the way forward for longevity at QB.

    Also, it’s not exactly a Dad bod. He’s just not jacked. He doesn’t look like Sonny Jurgensen.

    Also, Most

  12. It’s sad that those on the far left side of the Bell Curve really have no choice and will continue believing the “cheating” nonsense because they saw it on the cover of a tabloid while standing in the supermarket check out lane.

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