|Pats' Brady not seen in locker room before practice|
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|Friday, 25 January 2008 07:50|
During the 45-minute period, several cameramen lingered near Brady's locker, but he didn't show up.
Asked if he could say whether Brady would practice later in the day, New England coach Bill Belichick said, ``Not now. We'll see.''
Brady was photographed in New York on Monday wearing a protective boot on his right foot. He took it off later in the day and hasn't been photographed wearing it since. He reportedly has a minor high ankle sprain that isn't expected to keep him out of the Super Bowl against the New York Giants on Feb. 3.
Brady wasn't seen during the first 15 minutes of Thursday's workout to which media were admitted, nor in the locker room.
As Belichick was asked Friday to compare the current trip to the Super Bowl to the other three the team has played in, vice president of media relations Stacey James said, ``Final question.''
One reporter tried to squeeze in another, asking if Belichick could say what Brady did or didn't do on Thursday, the Patriots' first day of practice after a three-day break.
``Was that the last question?'' Belichick said with a smile, turning toward James.
``That was the last question,'' James replied.
With that, Belichick walked from the podium and out of the room.