FOXBOROUGH, Mass. (AP) -Randy Moss left the New England Patriots practice Wednesday with an apparent upper leg injury.
During an 11-on-11 passing drill about halfway through the team's afternoon session, the only practice of the day, Moss reached into the end zone for a ball thrown by Tom Brady. The pass was incomplete and Moss immediately went to the sideline.
A trainer applied an ice pack and wrap to the wide receiver's upper left leg, and Moss didn't return to practice. The ice pack and wrapping were taken off before the team left the field, and Moss walked off under his own power.
Patriots coach Bill Belichick had a brief discussion with head trainer Jim Whelan and left the field without talking to reporters. No announcement was made about Moss' condition.
Moss hasn't had any apparent physical problems and has played well during training camp, which began last Friday. The Patriots obtained him from Oakland in a draft day trade in April.
Before leaving the field, Moss caught several passes from Brady, including a spectacular one-handed grab that went for a long gain.

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