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Brady Suffers Sore Shoulder After Hit by Haynesworth

Hold your breath Pats fans…the franchise is down again.

Many have sat back and wondered what it would be like the first time Tom Brady really took a good shot in a game, and now, some of those questions have now been answered. Saturday Brady woke up with a sore right shoulder after a hit from Albert Haynesworth in the teams 27-24 win over the Redskins Friday night.

Brady’s injury took place late in the first half when he was pushed to the ground by the All-Pro defensive tackle Haynesworth after a third down incomplete pass. Brady went to the bench, where he flexed and rotated his throwing arm, trying to work out the kinks.

He did not play in the second half, even though most of the first-team offense returned for the first drive of the third quarter. He then left the sideline and returned to the locker room.

While a sore shoulder is what it is, this has got to have plenty of Pats fans holding their breath as the season closes in just two weeks away.

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One Response to “Brady Suffers Sore Shoulder After Hit by Haynesworth”

  1. Jmee says:

    2 things……….. Seriously Matt Cassel injured say what? He twisted he knee as he was going down. I mean we knew this was going to happen he was on a team that had great protection. We should do a side bet on how many times MC will go down.

    AJ Feeley may become a Patriot now that we let O’Connell go. MSM is saying the PATS are peeping him out. Oh well we do need a veteran behind Brady, but damn did we need a Back-up , back-up QB behind???

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