TAMPA, Fla. — Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback Tom Brady He said Thursday that his throwing hand's ring finger was fine. However, his demeanour in practice indicated that he is experiencing discomfort from an injury.
“Great. Brady replied, “I feel great.” He answered reporters' questions about his finger with a touch of sarcasm. “It's football time.”
Brady, who has Wednesdays off, took part in full practice. He also completed his full workday on Thursday. However, he was seen shaking his hand several times during the open practice portion.
Brady is not one of the 12 injured players for this week's injury report.
Brady claimed on Monday's podcast, “Let's go!” that he injured his right ring finger while playing the “Let’s Get!” game. Brady said Monday on his podcast “Let's Go!” that he had injured his right ring finger in the match against the New Orleans Saints However, it was less severe than last week.
Brady stated that he had “bumbed it up pretty well, but it didn’t affect me at any point in the game.” “Just going to be sore all week. It's one of those bumps, bruises that come with playing. There are many things you can do. You get hit, you get kicked, you get kneed. It's demolisher. It's all about who can recover quickly enough to allow you to practice, prepare, then go to play the next week. You have so many things to do throughout the season.