Steve Kerr Gives Encouraging Update on Draymond Green’s Elbow Injury
The Golden State Warriors seem to have dodged a bullet. Draymond Green slammed his elbow on the hardwood during the Warriors clash with the Grizzlies, and was forced from the floor for a few minutes of the game. Fortunately, he returned later in the quarter with a sleeve on. After the game, Steve Kerr provided an update on Green, and it looks like he won't be joining the handful of other Warriors stars dealing with injuries. Steve Kerr wasn’t too concerned about Draymond Green’s elbow: “He’s good.
Patriots quarterbackhas been on the injury report the last couple of weeks due to a right elbow issue, but it didn’t keep him from playing last Sunday and it doesn’t sound like it will impact his availability for this Sunday against the Texans either.
Brady was a limited participant in Thursday’s practice and the condition of his elbow was one of the questions that Brady faced at his Friday press conference.
“I actually feel really good. I mean that,” Brady said.
The Patriots have not released injury designations for Sunday night’s game yet, so Brady may still wind up listed as questionable even though there’s little sign that his status is anything other than definite.
Brady's right elbow injury doesn't sound good
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.
Brady is off the injury report, expecting bounce-back game .
Tom Brady said there has been “a lot of urgency” in practice this week after the loss to the Texans.He will not be lining up to kick any field goals or PATs Sunday when the Chiefs come to Gillette Stadium for a 4:25 kickoff.