Tom Brady was listed as limited in today's practice with a right shoulder injury.
The news comes courtesy of Jeff Howe of the Boston Herald:
Tom Brady was listed as a limited participant during today's practice due to a shoulder injury. It's the first time the shoulder has been listed since Wednesday of Week 16 of last season, but the injury was removed from the report the following day.
Last season, Brady's right shoulder also limited him Wednesday and Thursday of Week 5 and Wednesday of Week 6. While it's not desirable for the quarterback to be listed on the injury report, it shouldn't be viewed as a worrisome issue.
There were no indications from Brady, Belichick or the team that Tom's shoulder was a problem during the week. Brady was also not listed on the practice report yesterday. This is probably nothing to worry about, especially considering that Belichick at one point listed Tom as probable for years with a right shoulder injury.
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As for the rest of the practice injury report, Tommy Kelly and Leon Washington did not participate yet again. Limited participants have not changed either with the exception of Brady. Danny Amendola, Rob Gronkowski, Brandon Bolden, Julian Edelman, Michael Hoomanawanui, Matthew Slater, Marcus Cannon, Tavon Wilson and Aqib Talib practiced in a limited capacity.
Kyle Arrington, Devin McCourty and Rob Ninkovich were listed with injuries but those three practiced in a full capacity.