NEW ENGLAND, MA (The Spread) – According to Field Yates on Twitter, Tom Brady returned to practice on Thursday and the Patriots’ 2014 Super Bowl odds returned the board as well.
On Wednesday Brady left practice with the Bucs after tweaking his left knee. Per the Tampa Bay Times’ Rick Stroud, Brady stayed in to complete a few passes after going down but the mood was somber after he left the practice field. That caused oddsmakers from online sports book Bovada.lv to temporarily remove the odds for the 2014 Super Bowl.
But Brady was present at practice on Thursday despite sporting a brace on his knee. His MRI came back negative and there’s a chance that he could play in Friday’s preseason game against the Bucs. As of right now, the situation appears to be a non-issue.
Meanwhile, Bovada.lv re-posted the 2014 Super Bowl odds and the Patriots remain 9/1 to win. The Broncos and 49ers are the current co-favorites at 6/1, respectively, and the Seahawks are 9/1. The Packers are 11/1, the Falcons are 12/1 and both the Texans and Saints are 18/1, respectively.