Tom Brady is limited again with a knee injury

AP

For the second straight Wednedsay, Tom Brady didn’t get a full practice in.

The Patriots quarterback was limited with a knee injury. It matches his official status from last week’s first official practice in advance of a win over the Jets.

Brady eventually was listed as questionable for the Week 12 game due to an illness.

Tight end Dwayne Allen (knee) missed practice on Wednesday. Safety Nate Ebner (knee) was limited, and receiver Julian Edelman (foot) fully participated.

The injury report doesn’t specify left knee or right knee; 10 years ago, Brady tore the ACL and MCL in his left knee in the regular-season opener.

41 responses to “Tom Brady is limited again with a knee injury

  1. What a diva. He is obviously faking the injury.

    Wait what? Oh, it’s not Rodgers? It’s Brady?

    Oh, then I respect Tom and am in awe of his greatness and he is a warrior for playing hurt.

  2. If he (or any other player) is not a full participant at practice, the team has to report it or they are in violation of the injury reporting rules. Brady himself doesn’t make the report, or ask to be on it, the team does.

    This is a little different than Small Ben limping around like Willis Reed between plays and then taking off on a QB draw on the next play.

  3. Look he’s fine. Vikings got to get in his way and make it difficult to have throwing lanes.
    Don’t gift wrap an early present and turnover the ball on a short field. No turnovers Minny

  4. Guerrero’s been pumping these guys full of ‘roids and now the end game is near: Gronkowski perpetually week to week, Brady breaking down, and Edelman popped for a 4 game suspension. To his credit, Belichick saw it coming and tried to kick Guerrero out of Foxboro, but frankly he is powerless so long as Tammy and Bob Kraft are holding hands underneath the bleachers-

  5. terripet says:
    November 28, 2018 at 8:36 pm

    Brady’s last year
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    If NE wins it all, again, you could be right. If not, I expect Brady to play at least 2 more years if for no other reason than to get a couple more shots to beat the Colts like a drum.

  6. terripet says:
    November 28, 2018 at 8:36 pm
    Brady’s last year
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    What’s that, like his 6th straight last year now?
    Just going off your pronouncements alone, Brady has come back from being done more often than Jason Vorhees.

  7. Cold breeze blowing into Foxborough…going to be a long dry winter with no spring in sight for many years. No fan base will be more deserving.

  8. “What a diva. He is obviously faking the injury.”

    There was video during the game last week of them working on his leg on the sideline. A huge bruise was clearly visible on one of his knees in frame captures NBC sports NE showed during the week.

    Nothing fake about it. SMH

  9. What’s that, like his 6th straight last year now?
    Just going off your pronouncements alone, Brady has come back from being done more often than Jason Vorhees.
    ———-
    So you’re saying he’s not going to retire?

  10. Brady is playing and not retiring for a few years. He didn’t convince them to ship out Jimmy G so he could upend the organization and Kraft like that. Hopefully the Pats can draft the next guy and coach him into something during that window.

    Terripet will just have to continue riding that erroneous prediction train that’s been going in circles for years now.

  11. pftoutcast says:
    November 28, 2018 at 9:42 pm

    Cold breeze blowing into Foxborough…going to be a long dry winter with no spring in sight for many years. No fan base will be more deserving.
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    Sounds like the typical wishful thinking of a jealous fan of some lousy team.

    The Kraft family has a sound, long term approach, and has proven to be good at finding coaching talent and letting them do their jobs, so when Belichick and Brady do eventually retire some years from now, and a new coach comes in, I think their chance to be successful is at least as good as any other franchise.

  12. stellarperformance says:
    November 28, 2018 at 8:01 pm
    Of course he’s injured. They’re playing the Vikngs……….the luckiest team in the NFL.

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    Start trolling the Lions – your team is irrelevant at this point. Better luck next year.

  13. He will play.
    Vikings need to somehow limit Gronk, have no turnovers and score TD’s when in the RED ZONE. If so then then this game could go either way.

  14. Zimmer has beat him. So… there’s that. Held Brady to 7 points. I’m not saying the Vikings will win. But it’s definitely possible.

  15. Everybody is dealing with something this time of year. He played last week with the sprain and thru the flu had a great game threw the ball well!

  16. patsfan4lifesbchamps says:
    November 28, 2018 at 7:57 pm
    50% Brady > 100% Cousins

    The Patriots will be fine.

    ………………..

    Might be true, but the Vikings have a really good roster as a whole. The Patriots most likely win his game because of Bill being the best coach ever, but this won’t be an easy game.

  17. ajzinnecker says:
    November 29, 2018 at 9:03 am

    the Vikings have a really good roster as a whole. The Patriots most likely win his game because of Bill being the best coach ever, but this won’t be an easy game.
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    No one is taking the Vikings lightly – they have the offensive weapons to give NE plenty of trouble, and I think this will be a close, high scoring game.

  18. FatBaba says:
    November 29, 2018 at 10:18 am
    TB 12 method doesn’t seem to be any different than any other method to stay healthy…

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    As long as that’s not based on reading news clips and you’ve actually read his book then fine. I also read it, and I think it’s quite different. The focus is on injury prevention more than any other method to stay healthy that I have seen.

  19. The Vikings are going to get smoked. The Patriots have beaten three division leaders (Texans, Chiefs, and Bears.) The Vikings don’t yet have a win over any team with a winning record. Yes, you read correctly. Their only chance is if there are significant injuries to the opposing team. It’s gotten them this far, so they got that goin’ for ’em.

  20. patsfan4lifesbchamps says:

    November 28, 2018 at 7:57 pm

    50% Brady > 100% Cousins

    The Patriots will be fine.

    ===================================================

    So does that mean Cousins was on the Pats he could be replaced by a junior high QB? Just trying to follow your thinking since you consistently say Brady is replaceable with a high school QB because of the magical Pats QB “system”.

  21. If Sonny Michel keeps cooking and Burkhead and Gronk get going this is a W. Pats offense, if it stays healthy, is definitely ready to take off just at the right time of year.

  22. Jeffrey Julian says:
    November 28, 2018 at 10:49 pm
    Vikings never beat tom Brady. I’m serious. Look it up.

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    Vikings are 0-4 vs the Tom Brady Patriots.
    At least they’re not 3-29 like the Bills. 🙂

  23. Lot of “vikings haven’t beaten anybody” arguments, but they fail to recognize the flip side of that. They haven’t lost to anyone with a bad record except buffalo in week 2 and even the Patriots have put up some stinkers in september. VIkes other loses were against Rams, Saints and Bears – all division leaders with very good records. And noone that watched those games could say the Vikings were outmatched. If they hadn’t shot themselves in the feet, repeatedly, those L would likely look more like Ws.

    Also, I find it quite funny that it’s Packer fans saying they haven’t beaten any good teams considering one of the teams we beat was the Packers who they, and many others, picked to be a playoff team just as recently as week 8.

  24. freefromwhatyouare says:
    November 28, 2018 at 7:47 pm

    What a diva. He is obviously faking the injury.

    Wait what? Oh, it’s not Rodgers? It’s Brady?
    ))))))))))))))))

    packer fans are almost as sensitive as Aaron is.

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