Tom Brady discloses he has gotten treatment on his right shoulder, after last night’s hit

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This year, Tom Brady‘s podcast has become a far more reliable and comprehensive source of information regarding his health than anything generated by the Buccaneers.

On the latest episode of Let’s Go! from SiriusXM, Brady said a lot more about his latest injury than he did after last night’s loss to the Chiefs.

“My shoulder’s doing OK,” Brady told Jim Gray. “You know, just some bumps and bruises, and I kind of took a hit there on it. Got some treatment today. Got a little bit last night. So I’m sure I’ll be fine in the end. Thank God for Alex [Guerrero], who’s always taking good care of me and he’s put together and helped me through a lot of bumps and bruises over the years. So this week will be very similar to a lot of the other ones, just getting on the mend, getting back to practice and trying to improve and be ready to go for next week.”

The injury, which happened on a sack that resulted in a fumble, affected Brady’s right (throwing) shoulder. Brady undoubtedly will play against the Falcons on Sunday. It remains to be seen whether and to what extent he’ll practice.

The biggest question continues to be whether these bumps and bruises pile up, given that he won’t recover from them like he once did.

12 responses to “Tom Brady discloses he has gotten treatment on his right shoulder, after last night’s hit

  1. TB12 cast off Bill and won a Super Bowl. What has Bill done since TB12 cast him off? Not much.

  2. “Beware of Belichick’s castoffs.” Let me know when Bill wins a Super Bowl without Tom. I won’t hold my breath.

  3. The biggest question continues to be whether these bumps and bruises pile up, given that he won’t recover from them like he once did.

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    “I don’t have a medical degree but I did stay at a Holiday Inn last night…”

  4. I would not agree that it is a given that he won’t recover from bumps like he once did. Yes, he’s 45, but decline is an insidious, slow process…not a drop from a cliff. No one knows this better than Tom Brady. The only thing hurt by the sack was Bucs field position. He will be fine!

  5. Bill B is sub .500 since “casting off” Tom Brady. Brady has made the playoffs each year and won another Super Bowl. The current Patriots’ offense is certainly nothing to write home about and I doubt they will be in the playoffs this year. I’ll bet Robert Kraft is wishing he could go back in time and change things.

  6. Bucs will still win 12+ games. Schedule gets pretty easy now. Eagles and Bucs are easily the 2 best teams in the NFC.

  7. I’ll bet Robert Kraft is wishing he could go back in time and change things
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    What would have changed?

    Those teams don’t win a Super Bowl with Brady.

    He had to cherry pick a great offense, and recruit a dream team.

  8. It’s over Tommy. It’s over! says:
    October 4, 2022 at 10:09 am
    I’ll bet Robert Kraft is wishing he could go back in time and change things
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    What would have changed?

    Those teams don’t win a Super Bowl with Brady.

    He had to cherry pick a great offense, and recruit a dream team.
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    Spot on.

    Fun stat:

    Brady with the Patriots in 2019 from weeks 4-17: 84 passer rating
    Cam Newton with the Patriots in 2020 from weeks 4-17: 83 passer rating

    One is vilified the other gets all kinds of excuses made for him. Makes you wonder.

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