Tom Brady sprained his left knee during practice today, but an MRI revealed no serious damage to the knee and Brady is now listed as day-to-day.
Reports indicate that Patriots tackle Nate Solder rolled into Brady after getting pushed by a defensive lineman at Wednesday’s practice. Brady grabbed the left knee in obvious discomfort, but stayed in for a few more plays, completing 3 straight passes. The coaches and head trainer decided they had seen enough and pulled Brady out of practice.
Brady left the field under his own power, but this is the same knee that ended Brady’s season in 2008 when he tore his ACL and MCL.
The knee injury does not appear to serious at this point, but fantasy owners need to pay close attention to his playing status during the next several days.