For this week, the New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady did not wait until Friday to practice again with his teammates. He made it one day earlier and practiced on a limited basis on Thursday, making it more likely that he will still start this Sunday’s game against Buffalo Bills.
The quarterback had limited participation in Thursday’s session after sitting out Wednesday’s workout while nursing rib and right finger problems, as well as tire tiredness caused by less than enough sleep for he had to take care of his baby boy who came to the world last week. Brady also was listed with a right shoulder injury, as he has been every week.
Brady has started every game this season, including last Sunday’s 20-10 win over the Carolina Panthers after he sat out practices on Wednesday and Thursday.
But it still remains uncertain whether starting defensive linemen Vince Wilfork and Ty Warren would put on their Patriots jerseys for Sunday’s game. Both missed their second straight practice, Wilfork with a foot injury and Warren with an ankle injury, after being hurt during the game against the Panthers.