Tom Brady Injury: Updates on Patriots QB’s Ankle and Recovery

January 4, 2016   ·     ·   Jump to comments

New England Patriots superstar quarterback Tom Brady sprained his ankle after taking a hit from Ndamukong Suh against the Miami Dolphins in Week 17. However, he didn't miss a snap before head coach Bill Belichick removed his starters, and Brady is expected to be ready for the divisional round of the 2015-16 postseason. 
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Latest on Brady's Playing Status Monday, Jan. 4 ESPN's Adam Schefter, citing a league source, reported that Brady is "expected to be ready for [the] playoffs" after his MRI revealed a sprain but no break or fractures.
Brady Comments on Injury Sunday, Jan. 3 “It’s pretty sore but I’ll be alright,” said Brady, per Mike Petraglia of WEEI.com.
Brady Vital to Patriots' Super Bowl Push Obviously whenever Brady is dealing with some sort of ailment, it's a major concern for the Patriots. He's still one of the league's most important players at age 38, and the offense wouldn't operate with anywhere near ...

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