Brady Returns to Practice, Feels “Great”
(FOXBORO) -- One day after missing practice with an illness, New England Tom Brady returned to the team on Thursday in preparation of Sunday's AFC Championship game against Denver.
The Patriots quarterback was listed on the team's injury report Wednesdays as DNP, right shoulder/illness. Brady was removed from the injury report Thursday and participated in team activities.
"It was nothing," said Brady. "I feel great."
The 36-year-old said that missing practice would not have a significant impact as the team gets ready to travel to Denver and face the top-seeded Broncos.
"We've been at it for a while now," Brady noted. "There are days where I miss practice and you just deal with them. I've played a lot of football over the whole season, and I got back out there today and it felt good."
Brady will play in his eighth conference title game, the most of any quarterback in NFL history. With a win, the veteran will clinch his sixth trip to the Super Bowl.
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