TORONTO (AP) -Tom Brady says while he has good days and bad days, his overall rehabilitation from knee surgery is ``going really well.''
During an interview Wednesday with a Toronto sports radio station, the New England Patriots' quarterback gave no timetable for his return to the football field and was not asked whether he thought he would be ready for the start of the 2009 season.
Brady told The Fan 590 that he was excited about his rehabilitation process and joked that he was ``the most well taken care of knee patient in history.''
Brady, the 2007 NFL MVP, was injured in the first quarter of the first regular-season game. The Patriots went 11-5 without him, but did not make the playoffs.

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