Tom Brady out of practice with right shoulder, right finger injuries

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Bucs quarterback Tom Brady missed practice Wednesday with right finger and right shoulder injuries, the team announced.

Ian Rapoport of NFL Media reported earlier this week that Brady is dealing with a minor rotator cuff injury. Brady injured his shoulder on a strip-sack by Chiefs cornerback L'Jarius Sneed in the first half Sunday night but didn’t miss a play.

Brady injured his right ring finger in a Sept. 18 game against the Saints on a fumbled snap exchange with center Robert Hainsey. The Bucs added him to the injury report with the finger injury Sept. 23.

He has not missed a snap the past two games because of his finger injury.

Brady was one of four Bucs who didn’t practice Wednesday, joining defensive lineman Akiem Hicks (foot), safety Logan Ryan (foot) and tight end Cameron Brate (concussion).

Receiver Russell Gage (hamstring), receiver Chris Godwin (knee), receiver Julio Jones (knee), receiver Breshad Perriman (knee/hamstring) and left tackle Donovan Smith (elbow) were limited.

Cornerback Carlton Davis (shoulder) was a full participant.

16 responses to “Tom Brady out of practice with right shoulder, right finger injuries

  1. I don’t care how many green smoothies he drinks a day you just don’t recover as quickly at 45 as you did when you were 25

  2. rotator cuff injury sucks for throwing. Hopefully he can heal and keep playing strong, as much as everyone hates him, NFL is better the longer we get him for.

  3. So much for Tom Brady taking every Wednesday off during the season to preserve himself. Did he even take one??

  4. He should retire and get his family situation fixed. Tampa Bay isn’t going anywhere this season and that O line is going to get him killed. This is not the way TB should be going out.

  5. It’s been a blast watching TB all these years but he should have stayed retired.

  6. bmacwillconn says:
    This is not the way TB should be going out.

    He is going out on his terms, two years too late. The league gifted him his parting super bowl and he wasn’t willing to take it. Stafford just did the same thing. Could have left on top with family more or less intact.

  7. Man I hope he has the sense to step away and keep the family together. I doubt it though.

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