BOSTON (CBS) — Patriots quarterback Tom Brady took the practice field on Thursday, gearing up for Sunday’s game against the New York Jets.
Brady was once again limited with a calf injury, the same designation he had on Wednesday. As reporters in Foxboro noted, Brady showed no noticeable limp during the media’s access to the session.
Before practice began, Brady spent a little 1-on-1 time with his newest weapon, Antonio Brown. The two appeared to be discussing what Brady expects on certain routes, according to ESPN’s Mike Reiss.
At today’s media-access period at practice, what stood out was Tom Brady and Antonio Brown — seen in this video in the distance on the opposite sideline — spending some 1-on-1 time together. Brady seemed to be going over what he expects on certain routes. pic.twitter.com/jXRpvdvyHw
— Mike Reiss (@MikeReiss) September 19, 2019
According to multiple reports on Wednesday, Brady’s injury is not considered serious and he will be in the lineup Sunday against the Jets.
There were no changes to New England’s practice report from Wednesday:
DID NOT PARTICIPATE
LB Shilique Calhoun, Not Injury Related
FB James Develin, Neck
OL Caleb Benenoch, Calf
QB Tom Brady, Calf
OT Marcus Cannon, Shoulder
TE Matt LaCosse, Ankle
RB Brandon Bolden, Hamstring
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