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Brady doesn’t practice, and why it means nothing

Posted by Chris Brown on November 29, 2017 – 4:28 pm

Patriots QB Tom Brady did not practice on Wednesday due to an Achilles that’s been bothering him. He was listed on New England’s injury report last week and missed Wednesday’s practice leading up to the Dolphins game last Sunday and started. In fact, back in October he had a sprained AC joint and missed two days of practice and still started against the Jets.

Perhaps more important for Tom Brady’s health is the fact that two of his offensive tackles are injured and did not practice either. Starting RT Marcus Cannon has missed the last three games with an ankle injury and swing tackle LaAdrian Waddle, who has been filling in for him, was hurt early in the fourth quarter with an ankle injury himself. Neither of them practiced today, which would leave Cameron Fleming as the starter at right tackle.

New England’s best defensive end, Trey Flowers was limited with a rib injury suffered in last week’s game.

Player Pos. Injury Wednesday
Brady, Tom QB Achilles Did Not Participate
Cannon, Marcus T Ankle Did Not Participate
Hogan, Chris WR Shoulder Did Not Participate
Reilly, Trevor LB Concussion Did Not Participate
Waddle, LaAdrian OT Ankle Did Not Participate
       
Amendola, Danny WR Knee Limited Participation
Andrews, David C Illness Limited Participation
Flowers, Marquis LB Knee Limited Participation
Flowers, Trey DL Rib Limited Participation
Rowe, Eric CB Groin Limited Participation
Slater, Matthew WR Hamstring Limited Participation
Van Noy, Kyle LB Calf Limited Participation

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