Finger Injury? Tom Brady Seen Wearing Bandage On Throwing Hand
FOXBORO (CBS) – It appears that Patriots Quarterback Tom Brady may be nursing an injury on his throwing hand.
As first noted by the Boston Herald’s Jeff Howe, photos posted on the New England Patriots’ Facebook page show Brady at a Make-a-Wish event on Saturday wearing a wrap holding his two middle fingers together.
Speculation over an injury began this past Sunday when a cutaway shot from the broadcast showed Brady sitting on the bench flexing his hand.
Brady finished Sunday’s game with a 47.8 percent completion percentage, 228 yards, no touchdowns and the interception, and ESPN Stats & Info tweeting that he went just 4-for-20 on passes that traveled 10 yards or more.
Earlier in the week, Brady declined to answer questions about a possible injury.
Brady was listed on the team’s official injury report as being probable with a shoulder injury.
There was no mention of any finger injury.
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