Tom Brady not wearing brace or sleeve on knee at training camp
Kim Klement-USA TODAY Sports

Tom Brady underwent knee surgery this offseason, but he seems to be completely recovered.

The Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback was not wearing a knee brace or sleeve at training camp practice on Monday, NFL Media’s Sara Walsh reported.

There was talk about Brady dealing with a knee injury, but we didn’t learn the extent of it until recently. Brady played on a partially-torn MCL last season (another report said it was fully torn). The injury actually occurred in 2019.

Brady was seen working out in a video in June without a knee brace on. Him continuing to play without any specific support device for his knee seems to be a good sign about his recovery.

Brady turns 44 next week and is looking to repeat as a Super Bowl champion. He passed for 4,633 yards last season.His 40 passing touchdowns were the second-highest total of his career for a single season.

This article first appeared on Larry Brown Sports and was syndicated with permission.

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