New England Patriots

A knee injury limited Patriots quarterback Tom Brady at Wednesday’s practice, the team announced via their injury report.

The leader of the Patriot offense, Brady appeared to tweak his knee in a Week 10 loss to the Titans, and was lifted before the game’s end, though that likely had more to do with the blowout nature of the loss than Brady’s health.

And while this is the 41-year-old Brady’s first appearance on the injury report this year, it’s believed that the 41-year-old quarterback will be ready to go for Sunday’s meeting with the New York Jets, per multiple reports.

Brady has not missed a game since serving his four-game Deflategate suspension, and has only missed time due to injury in his career when a torn ACL knocked him out of commission for the year in Week 1 of the 2008 season. And it’s probably best not to read into Brady’s inclusion on the injury report too much given the fact that he spent about 15 years on the injury with a shoulder injury that left him probable every week.

Brady has thrown for 2,748 yards with 17 touchdowns and seven interceptions in 10 ten games this season.

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