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Brady is wearing a knee practice at practice one day after leaving practice with a knee sprain

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By Anthony Caruso III
The Capital Sports Report
Owner/Managing Editor/Sr. Writer

The New England Patriots had a scare yesterday as Tom Brady went down with an injury.

Tom Brady

Tom Brady

But, it would later be determined that it was cautionary to hold Brady out after he fell down and sprained his left knee. However, Brady is back at the Patriots practice, which features the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, as they hold a joint practice.

Brady is sporting a brace on his left knee during the practice that is presently ongoing. It appears that he is fine today.

The MRI that was taken last night came back negative. And this should be a non-issue moving forward.

He should play a couple of drivers in the Patriots and Buccaneers preseason game tomorrow night. That’s unless head coach Bill Bellicheck holds him out all together to give Ryan Mallett and Tim Tebow more time with the offense.

New England fans feared that the injury could have been as worse as his torn ACL in 2008. But as reports came in, their fears would be relieved, as it would be just a sprain.

He played in 12 snaps of the 2008 season, and tore his ACL on the 12th play of that season. He went 7-for-11 for 76 yards, before Bernard Pollard rushed into Brady’s knee.

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