The Buccaneers quarterback doesn’t expect his injury to be a serious problem, beyond discomfort.
TAMPA – Tom brady said his heavily bandaged pitching hand is sore, but he hopes to play when the Tampa Bay Buccaneers visit the Philadelphia Eagles Thursday night.
Brady injured his right hand in the first half of the victory of Tampa bay by 45-17 on the Miami dolphins The last Sunday. He finished his first career performance of 400 yards and five touchdowns with a pair of touchdown passes in the fourth quarter.
“He’s a bit sore, but I was hoping it was,” he explained. Brady this Tuesday, “We play a contact sport. You have different bumps and bruises throughout the year, and we’ll just deal with it the best we can. This bump and bruise happens to be in my power. Just try to prevent and be cautious. , be smart. It’s been less than 48 hours since it happened, so it’s not like it’s been five days, but again, I feel confident that I’ll be able to get out there and do what I need to do. “
The defending champions of Super Bowl, Buccaneers (4-1), play their third away game and fourth overall in 19 days. Brady, 44 years old, leads the NFL with 1,767 passing yards and second with 15 touchdown passes.
“If it was my left hand, I wouldn’t think about it for two seconds,” he explained. Brady. “The fact that it’s the pitching hand, there aren’t many things that are more important to a quarterback, other than the right shoulder or the right elbow. Whenever you get hit in one of those, it may be an issue, but I don’t think here. there is nothing serious, not at all. It is more of a discomfort, but I think it will go away in a day or two. “