BOSTON (CBS) — On Thursday, Tom Brady partook in practice as he embarked on his 20th training camp as a member of the New England Patriots.

On Friday, he rested.

READ MORE: 'Best Places To Retire': 4 Massachusetts & New Hampshire Cities Land On New List

The quarterback was a late arrival to the practice field on Friday morning, and when he arrived at the field, he was without his helmet and cleats.

READ MORE: Lawsuit Claims Wellesley Schools Excluded White Students From Events, Banned 'Blue Lives Matter' Phrase

Instead of running the offense, Brady was serving as a spectator for Friday’s practice session in Foxboro.

And despite QB1 being out of action, Danny Etling was still not wearing a red non-contact jersey. However … Etling did throw some passes to receivers.

MORE NEWS: Head Of The Charles Regatta Returns Friday For First Time In Two Years

Prior to the start of training camp, neither Brady nor Bill Belichick nor anyone from the Patriots made any mention of Brady having a limited workload in practice — though, nobody was specifically asked. Brady, who will turn 42 years old in August, did not appear to have any sort of injury, though, as he remained active by throwing passes and moving around normally.