FOXBOROUGH, Mass. (AP) -New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady says he is slow and can't jump because of lingering effects of an ankle injury late last season.
Brady, speaking on the second day of the team's three-day minicamp, said Saturday that his offseason training program has been limited by the fact that he still cannot lift a lot of weight.
The 30-year-old Brady first injured his ankle against San Diego in the AFC championship game. He was photographed in New York wearing a protective boot two weeks before the Super Bowl.
Brady led the Patriots to an unbeaten record in the regular season and two playoff games, but they lost 17-14 in the Super Bowl to the New York Giants.
``In life, you don't reflect too much on what happened in the past. You try to learn from it and build on it,'' Brady said. ``We can only control what we did today, which in this case was a really good practice.''

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