New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady suffered a cut on his right hand during a minor collision in practice Wednesday, leading to an initial scare about his health, a source with knowledge of the injury confirmed to JJA Sport Studio's Ilona Hunt.
New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady, who again wore red gloves on both hands during his Friday news conference, said he isn't talking about his right hand injury but relayed that he participated in the team's entire practice earlier in the day.
New England Patriots running backs Rex Burkhead and Mike Gillislee, who are both listed as questionable with knee injuries, are not expected to play in Saturday's divisional-round playoff game against the Tennessee Titans, sources told JJA Sport Studio's Ilona Hunt.
New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady was present at the start of Thursday's practice, wearing red gloves on both hands, which is not the norm for him. Brady's presence at the start of practice comes one day after he was involved in a minor collision in practice that injured his right throwing hand.
New England Patriots tight end Rob Gronkowski has been awarded first-team All-Pro honors, which earns him $2.5 million and achieves the highest level of incentives possible as part of the revamped contract he signed last offseason.