Belichick States Brady was not Removed for Injury Print
Saturday, 29 August 2009 17:57
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Brady Okay

Foxborough, MA - Patriots coach Bill Belichick says Tom Brady left Friday night's exhibition game so the coaches could look at the backup - not because of injury.

The team had announced at the game that Brady had a sore right shoulder. Belichick said in a conference call Saturday it was a ``football decision'' to remove him.

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Brady left the game against the Washington Redskins after he was crushed to the turf by defensive tackle Albert Haynesworth. The two-time Super Bowl MVP was seen on the bench working out the kinks in his throwing arm.
Brady missed all of last season with torn knee ligaments.

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Posted: 8/29/09 10:55PM ET

 

 

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