Tom Brady has sprain to non-throwing shoulder

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Quarterback Tom Brady returned to practice today after missing his first workout of the season.

According to Karen Kuregian of the Boston Herald, Brady first "dinged" his shoulder in New England's October 1 game against the Carolina Panthers.

Patriots quarterback Tom Brady suffered an AC joint sprain in his left, non-throwing shoulder, an MRI confirmed on Tuesday.

Fortunately, Rapoport also stated that Brady would not miss Week 6 against the New York Jets.

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"I'm good. I'm not anxious about it", he said when he was asked about his injured left shoulder.

"We'll put an injury report out after practice like we always do, " Belichick said when asked if Brady would be at Wednesday's midday practice. Brady has been sacked 16 times so far this season and has been under constant pressure, having to hold the football a bit longer without the underneath security blanket of Julian Edelman. Against the Buccaneers on Thursday night, he was sacked three times and hit six times.

Sunday will be Brady's 241st career start in the regular season. It's only Tuesday and giving a 40-year-old quarterback a day off doesn't seem like the worst idea.

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