Tom Brady quickly exits injury report

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Patriots quarterback Tom Brady appeared on Wednesday’s injury report as participating in practice on a limited basis, with a right shoulder injury. Brady’s shoulder apparently has healed even faster than Jalen Ramsey‘s back.

Thursday’s report, as distributed by the Ravens, does not contain Brady’s name under any of the three categories.

All other players who were limited on Wednesday were limited on Thursday, including receiver Julian Edelman (chest, shoulder), tight end Matt LaCosse (knee), tight end Ryan Izzo (concussion), running back Rex Burkhead (foot), receiver Gunner Olszewski (ankle, hamstring), safety Patrick Chung (heel, chest), and guard Shaq Mason (ankle).

No other names appear on the report. The 8-0 Patriots face the 5-2 Ravens on Sunday night.

32 responses to “Tom Brady quickly exits injury report

  1. Maintenance day yesterday. A big part of Brady’s greatness is his toughness. He missed the 2008 season due to a knee injury. Other than that, I cannot think of any games missed o injury.

  2. Patriot fans already knew 100% Brady would play Sunday. He is a warrior. Only missed about 16 games in 20 years and 15 were for a torn ACL out whole year. Brady brings it every week in practice and on game day. He is an inspiration to the whole team.

  3. This news is like a gut punch to the Ravens fans. Their team and its high school offense are about to be exposed.

  4. “Thursday’s report, as distributed by the Ravens, does not contain Brady’s name under any of the three categories.”

    I know BB does some odd things with his injury reports, but now he has the opposing team distributing them for him? Nice….

  5. bostonsteve12 says:
    October 31, 2019 at 4:00 pm
    Maintenance day yesterday. A big part of Brady’s greatness is his toughness. He missed the 2008 season due to a knee injury. Other than that, I cannot think of any games missed o injury.

    I believe you have to go back to the first Superbowl year. He had to leave the Steeler playoff game with a bum ankle and Bledsoe stepped in with an immediate TD pass. Brady was good to go against the Rams and the rest is history.

  6. Every thing the Patriots do is scrutinized by fans of opposing teams praying for something bad to happen because their teams cannot beat the Patriots on the field. Same with all the social media ranting and raving. Belichick and Brady laugh at it all because they know only preparation during the week and execution on game day is all that really matters in the NFL. You either win the game or you do not. If you win then you come back to work and try to win two in a row. If you lose you do not make excuses but work harder. No player is above the team and all the drivel on social media is worthless crap. Most of the drivel on social media is excuse makers crying and whining with no knowledge of the game or its history. They make excuses and try to discredit the dynasty and Brady/Belichick greatness with their lame excuses and petty envy and bitterness. And Belichick uses it to fire up his team to bring it om every play for 60 minutes. It is almost as much fun in New England watching the excuse makers squirm as wining the Super Bowl.

  7. Ruh Roh Ravens. Brady the legendary assassin is gonna carve you up bad. Run Lamar run from that great defense. The Patriots will be ready to hit you hard on every run. When you hurt bad you will begin to throw into the best secondary in the NFL.

    Patriots 27 Ravens 13

  8. BB following ALL rules, unlike other teams. Ironically, they play one of them this week in Whinebaugh.

    So how many draft picks and fines has Harbaugh paid there Einstein? You are a Homers Homer who lives in a bubble.

  9. For those who don’t know, Brady has never missed a start due to injury outside of The year he tore his ACL. Since he’s returned, the only games he’s missed have been due to the hilarious deflategate suspension that unfortunately for the rest of the NFL renewed his drive to dominate, resulting in three straight super bowl appearances, a regular season and super bowl MVP, and two more championships.

    Appreciate him while we can because he’s truly been remarkable in his sustained excellence and consistency year to year.

  10. He just took his own advice, which he had given to Edelman, and took one tablespoon of cement. Doesn’t work for ACLs though.

    Durability is a huge part of being the GOAT.

  11. Don’t like him, and don’t like seeing him on the field, but he’s one of the toughest players ever. He has taken some beatings over the years – 2 losses come to mind: the AFCCG at Denver, and that 1st SB lost to the Giants. Just one huge hit after another, and he just keeps getting up. He seems to play even better as those physical games go on.

    I don’t really get the pliability thing, but there must be something to it.

  12. Just because Goodell fines, suspends and takes away picks, doesn’t necessarily prove the Pats did anything wrong. Goodell can do anything he wants(or the owners want). Just ask SPeyton and the Saints, among others. Logical fallacy, as I’ve come to expect here

  13. TheCakeIsALie says:
    October 31, 2019 at 4:24 pm

    I believe you have to go back to the first Superbowl year. He had to leave the Steeler playoff game with a bum ankle and Bledsoe stepped in with an immediate TD pass. Brady was good to go against the Rams and the rest is history.
    ————————————————————————
    That’s true…
    I remember saying, sometime during that season, the Pats have the best backup QB in the league. Having a great backup QB then became important during that Steeler game. Bledsoe helped win that game.

  14. ariani1985 says:
    October 31, 2019 at 4:50 pm
    He got over his rodgeretitis i see!
    #rodgersgoat
    ______________________

    He certainly has. 6 SB wins will cure that. It’s cute you think so highly of Rogers.

  15. It baffles me that Pats fans are the first to make these childish comments. Well maybe they’re not Pats fans and just trolls, but anyway. As a Ravens fan I truly respect what Brady and BB have been able to accomplish. I look forward to being able to see the Ravens compete against them, win or lose. And the Ravens hold their own with the Pats compared to the rest of the league. I think Lamar poses a real challenge for the Pats D and won’t be surprised if we win.

  16. Lol, Pats fans on here slamming on Ravens fans before any Ravens fans even post. Should be a really good game. I’m really looking forward to it. All the Halloween decorations coming down and all the Ravens merch going up!

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