Brady limps off at Patriots practice
FOXBOROUGH, Mass. (AP) - Patriots quarterback Tom Brady limped off the practice field after appearing to hurt his left leg while throwing a pass.
Brady had left tackle Nate Solder pushed into him by a defender after throwing a fade to rookie Aaron Dobson that fell incomplete, and the former league MVP ended up on the ground holding his leg.
He took a few more snaps before talking with coach Bill Belichick and walking off gingerly but without assistance.
He was met by a member of the team's athletic training staff and walked to the adjacent indoor practice facility. He had not returned to the field after about 30 minutes.
Brady tore the anterior cruciate ligament in his left knee during a game in 2008 and missed most of that season.
The Patriots were holding a joint practice with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Ryan Mallett replaced Brady at quarterback.
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