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Tim Tebow was all smiles after the Patriots’ first joint practice with the Buccaneers.
The third-string quarterback appears to be enjoying his time with the Patriots. The Patriots have installed some read-option looks for Tebow in practice and in Friday’s game. Even though he appears to be running his own offense, he said he’s having a good time learning New England’s complex system.
“I’ve really enjoyed it,” Tebow said. “I love the offense. Being able to learn from a great quarterback, one of the best to ever play, to be able to learn from coach [Josh] McDaniels, and work with coach [Brian] Daboll and coach Scar [Dante Scarnecchia] and everybody that’s been in this offense. It’s a pleasure for me.”
Tebow didn’t get a lot of reps in the offense Tuesday. Brady was leading the offense in 11-on-11 drills. Tebow spent some time throwing to the running backs and tight ends. He also led the third-team offense at the end of practice against Tampa Bay’s backups.
“Just getting better every
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Tom Brady left Wednesday's practice with what appeared to be a knee injury. In this video you can see Adrian Clayborn shove Nate Solder into Brady, causing him to go down.
Brady at camp,earlier this seasonConsider it a bullet dodged. Tom Brady left today's practice, a joint one with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, with what is being reported as a left knee sprain. ESPN's Adam Schefter is reporting that Brady underwent an MRI today, which came back negative. It appears that the New England Patriots avoided what could have been a disaster. The event...
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Adrian Clayborn was bull rushing Nate Solder on a play. Solder lost his balance and fell into Tom Brady's knee. Tom Brady went down and grabbed his knee before getting up under his own power. He limped off the field and sat out a play before returning to the field and finishing the drill. After throwing...
After Patriots quarterback Tom Brady left the field during today’s practice with the Buccaneers after injuring his left knee, we found out that Buccaneers defensive end Adrian Clayborn bull rushed New England offensive tackle nate Solder and knocked him into Brady.
It was clearly an accident, but Clayborn was interrogated by the media after practice.
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