Tom Brady Returns To Patriots Practice

Doug Mendoza
October 12, 2017

Brady missed Tuesday's practice - his first absence of the season - as he nurses a left shoulder injury, a league source confirmed.

According to Karen Kuregian of the Boston Herald, Brady first "dinged" his shoulder in New England's October 1 game against the Carolina Panthers.

The quarterback reportedly is dealing with a sprained AC joint in his non-throwing shoulder suffered in Week 4 against the Panthers and then further injured last Thursday night against the Buccaneers. He was on the field Wednesday during the portion of practice open to the media. The 16 sacks are more than his total for the entire 2016 season.

Brady said he'll be able to play through the pain and isn't concerned about heading into Sunday's game with the 3-2 Jets.

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Brady's been a hit a ton this season. Against the Panthers, he was sacked three times and hit seven times. Guregian describes the injury as a "left shoulder irritation".

He's also been sacked 16 times, more than in all 12 games he played in past year.

The Patriots travel to NY to face the Jets in Week 6 and will look to keep Gang Green's pass rushers at bay, as they look to avoid hits on their 40-year-old quarterback.

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