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Tom Brady has a beat up elbow

At the point when Tom Brady took the platform on Sunday following the New England Patriots 23-16 misfortune to the Kansas City Chiefs, the main thing more observable than a melancholy look of annihilation was the huge wrap the quarterback had on their correct arm.

Brady noticed that they hit in elbow in the losing exertion to the Chiefs and required some tending to.

While recognizing the damage, Brady handed-off that it is anything but a serious deal and they’ll be prepared to attempt to snap New England’s two game losing streak when they head to Cincinnati to confront the Bengals.

“I just got hit right on my elbow,” they said. “It’s fine. Probably will be on the injury report, but I will be there next Sunday.”

Brady was recorded on the damage report this week with correct elbow damage alongside a toe disease that restricted during Thursday’s training.

The 42-year-old was removed the damage report last Friday, so this mammoth wrap might be an indication that they re-bothered the elbow or is just wearing it as a safety measure/support.

In the misfortune to Kansas City, Brady finished 19 of their 36 goes for 169 yards, a touchdown and a capture attempt in the misfortune.

The Patriots got up right off the bat in this game because of a bug glint touchdown from Brady to Julian Edelman, yet Kansas City’s resulting 23-0 run following that score put them behind the eight-ball in their rebound endeavors.

“We moved [the ball], we just had some plays there where we could have scored and couldn’t quite — we had a fourth down, we had some other ones in the red area, a couple fourth downs,” they said of New England’s late push to make it a one score game.

“Just didn’t make the plays where we needed to make them.”

The Patriots will currently prepare for a street challenge against the Bengals and Brady’s status during the time practically speaking will be chunk worth looking as Week 15 draws nearer.

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