We may never know which member of the New England Patriots injured Tom Brady’s throwing hand.
Yesterday, James “Sweet Feet” White responded to the looming question of who injured Brady with, “The world may never know.”
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Earlier today on the the NFL Network’s ‘NFL Total Access,’ running back Dion Lewis, was asked point-blank if he was the one who injured Brady’s hand during practice.
“Not me,” said Dion Lewis. “Nah, it wasn’t me . . . I actually didn’t see it happen, but from when I talked to other guys, I knew he was gonna be okay. It’s Tom, so regardless of any situation he’s put in, he’s going to make sure he’s out there game day. Nobody’s really worried.”
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“We have a great idea of what we think we can do to have success against this defense.”@Patriots RB @DionLewisRB is ready to face the Jaguars.— NFL Network (@nflnetwork) January 19, 2018
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Lewis explains the team’s focus is on the game plan they’re putting together for the top ranked defense in the AFC and not the health of their quarterback.
The growing trend at The Razor is that no one seems to be worrying about Brady’s availability for Sunday’s AFC Championship Game. Brady’s teammates are expecting him to play. And when they’re asked about how he’s looked in practice, they joke about his good looks.
Time will tell if Brady plays Sunday, but all signs are pointing to the future Hall of Fame quarterback being ready for kickoff.
— By John ‘The Dude’ Hardiman, 985TheSportsHub.com