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Patriots QB Brady misses practice with injury

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By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher

New England Patriots 40-year-old quarterback Tom Brady did not practice on Wednesday after missing with an Achilles tendon injury. It’s not clear how Brady suffered the injury.

He has started all 10 games this season. Brian Hoyer, who the team signed after trading Jimmy Garoppolo to the San Francisco 49ers, who then waived Hoyer in a corresponding move, would get the start.

New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady calling an audible (Getty Images)

New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady calling an audible (Getty Images)

Brady has not missed a game since the 2008 season. In the season-opener against the Kansas City Chiefs in the beginning of the season, Brady suffered a season-ending knee injury.

He has 3,146 passing yards with 22 touchdowns this season. Brady has also thrown two interceptions.

Brady was not the only Patriots player, who sat out practice on Wednesday. The list also includes tight end Rob Gronkowski, who sat out with an illness, wide receiver Chris Hogan, who sat out with a shoulder injury, center David Andrews, who also sat out with an illness.

Offensive lineman Marcus Cannon sat out with an ankle injury. Safety Patrick Chung also missed Wednesday’s practice with an ankle injury.

The Patriots have won six straight games. They face their division foe, Miami Dolphins, on Sunday.

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