Patriots QB Tom Brady returns to practice Wednesday


A day after sitting out practice with a sprained AC joint in his non-throwing shoulder, the Patriots quarterback hit the field with his teammates as they prepare for Sunday's matchup with the New York Jets. According to Michael Giardi of NBC Sports Boston, Brady re-aggravated a shoulder injury that he originally hurt against the Panthers on October 1. He then aggravated the injury further when he was slammed to the turf on one of three sacks in a win over the Tampa Bay Buccaneers last Thursday.

"I'm good. I'm not anxious about it", he said when he was asked about his injured left shoulder.

Brady said he'll be able to play through the pain and isn't concerned about heading into Sunday's game with the 3-2 Jets.

Aside from fielding questions about his health, Brady also raved about the season wide receiver Danny Amendola is having. According to ESPN, he's been hit 32 times.

Brady is 40-years-old and has never taken a beating like this in his football life.

The 33 hits are tied for 7th most in the NFL, while the 16 sacks are eighth most in the league. Brady doesn't need practice to be ready for a game against the hapless Jets.