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Sports Brady's right elbow injury doesn't sound good

20:10  24 november  2019
20:10  24 november  2019 Source:   12up.com

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#Patriots QB Tom Brady , who popped up on the injury report Friday and is listed as questionable with a right elbow injury , will start today vs. the Patriots’ WR Mohamed Sanu, listed as questionable with an ankle injury , felt much better Saturday and wants to see how he feels Today before making any

In an unexpected twist, Tom Brady was added to the Patriots injury report with a right elbow injury . According to NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport, Brady ’ s injury isn’ t too serious, and he should be good to go on Sunday. #Patriots QB Tom Brady , who was listed as questionable on the injury report

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It sounds like Tom Brady's right elbow injury wasn't just a tactic by the New England Patriots to psych out the Dallas Cowboys.

Brady, who will play today despite being listed as questionable due to an elbow injury, was unable to finish practice on Friday, with backup Jarrett Stidham taking most of the reps afterwards.

I'm not a doctor, but a right elbow injury for a right-handed quarterback might be problematic.

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New England Patriots star quarterback Tom Brady is questionable for Sunday' s matchup against the Dallas Cowboys because of an elbow injury . Brady was a surprising late addition to the Patriots' official injury report, appearing only on Friday as a limited participant. League sources told NFL

Brady is a new addition to the report, with a right elbow ailment. It’ s his second appearance on the list this season. He was on it for one day before the Ravens game in Week 9 with a right shoulder Brady has been on the injury report a few times this year, but he is usually taken off mid-week.

Brady is averaging just 6.8 yards per attempt this season, his lowest since 2006, with 14 touchdown passes against just five interceptions for the 9-1 Patriots. He hasn't been a world beater by any stretch, but he's still Tom Brady.

Stidham, a rookie fourth-round pick out of Auburn, has seen extremely limited action this season, completing just two of his four passes, with one of them being taken back to the house for a pick-six by Jamal Adams in a win against the Jets.

As good as that defense is, it goes without saying that New England should be holding their breath if Brady starts to struggle, as it could mean that this elbow injury is a sign of a more serious ailment down the pike.

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a crowd of people watching a football game: Houston Texans running back Carlos Hyde (23) runs with the ball as Indianapolis Colts cornerback Kenny Moore (23) defends during the second quarter at NRG Stadium on November 21, 2019. 

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