The Patriots quarterback, who left Wednesday’s joint practice with the Buccaneers after lineman Nate Solder “kicked” his left knee, attended team meetings on Wednesday night and, baring any overnight swelling, will be back on the practice field Thursday — according to ESPN.
The Patriots’ franchise player will be re-examined at Gillette Thursday morning, but the preliminary diagnosis from an MRI on Wednesday showed no structural damage, and ESPN is reporting the injury is “more of a bruise.”
Brady also expects to play in Friday night’s preseason game at Gillette, NFL ’s Albert Breer reports.
HURLEY: Injury Scare A Reminder Of Patriots’ Fragility
Panic spread around New England Wednesday afternoon when reports began to surface that Brady left practice with a left knee injury — the same knee he underwent surgery on in 2008 after tearing his ACL in the season-opener "
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