Tom Brady Listed as 'Limited' Participant in Practice With Knee Injury - NECN

Tom Brady Listed as 'Limited' Participant in Practice With Knee Injury



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    (Published Tuesday, Nov. 20, 2018)

    New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady was listed as a "limited" participant in Wednesday's practice with a knee injury.

    Brady was spotted at practice earlier Wednesday, hopping around.

    Brady suffered the knee injury on the double pass against the Titans on Nov. 11, according to NFL Network's Mike Giardi.

    This marks the first time this season that Brady has been on the injured list.

    Brady doesn’t rank in the top 10 in any significant statistical categories at the moment, whether it’s passing yards, completion percentage, touchdown passes, or passer rating. This all comes less than a year after winning NFL MVP honors in 2017 and being named First Team All-Pro at quarterback, each honor going his way for the third time in his career. He finished in the top five in all categories last year, including a league-best 4,577 yards through the air.

    Tight end Dwayne Allen didn't participate in Wednesday's practice. Rob Gronkowski, Shaq Mason and Sony Michel were also listed as limited.

    The Patriots play on the road against the Jets this Sunday.