|Oddsmakers remove Patriots' Super Bowl odds following Tom Brady scare|
|Written by Anthony Rome|
|Wednesday, 14 August 2013 21:39|
FOXBORO, MA (The Spread) - The New England Patriots received a scare on Wednesday when Tom Brady left practice with the Bucs after tweaking his left knee.
Brady reportedly stayed in to complete a few passes after going down, but NFL.com's Ian Rapoport stated via Twitter that his teammates were "real down" and "very scared" after he left practice. But a source later told Rapoport that Brady's knee injury wasn't serious.
Adam Schefter reported that an MRI on Brady's knee came back negative and that the quarterback is considered day to day. Brady will most likely sit out of Friday's game against the Bucs, but one would think that he would play in the third preseason game of the year.
Even though the injury turned out to be just a scare, oddsmakers from online sports book Bovada.lv pulled their 2014 Super Bowl odds, their odds to win the AFC East Division, and their odds to win the AFC title game. As of this writing the odds still aren't up but they should be re-posted sometime on Thursday.