No need to be alarmed—Tom Brady missed Wednesday's practice with a left shoulder injury.
Sources have confirmed that Brady's shoulder injury is to his left one, not his throwing shoulder.
There's no doubt that Brady will be ready to go this Sunday at 3 p.m. to take on the Baltimore Ravens for the AFC Championship, as Brady has been listed on the injury report for the past few weeks with the same left shoulder injury.
In fact, Brady missed the team's Wednesday practice prior to New England's Week 17 game against the Buffalo Bills as well as being listed on the injury report last week as the team geared up to face the Denver Broncos.
It may be nothing to get worked up about, but it's still rather odd that Brady would miss the biggest practice of the week as New England prepares to play in the AFC Championship—so the left shoulder injury is "serious" enough to sit out the season's biggest practice.
As Brady as been dealing with this injury officially since December 29, since then, he has performed better than any other quarterback around—we'll just have to wait and see if he can continue his dominance this weekend against the Ravens for a chance to advance to Super Bowl XLVI.
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