Reports from the New England Patriots practice facility in Foxborough, Mass. indicate that Patriots quarterback Tom Brady left Wednesday's practice early due to an apparent left knee injury. Brady and the Patriots offense were running 11 vs. 11 drills with the Tampa Bay Bucaneers defense when the injury occured.
According to reports, Patriots offensive lineman Nate Solder fell onto Brady's left knee after being pushed into Brady by Bucaneers defensive end Adrian Clayborn. Brady immediately went to the sideline, but was able to return to the field for three more snaps before walking off the field with a noticable limp.
A YouTube fan video from today's practice shows the incident that led to Brady's injury.
We'll have more on this story as the day progresses from CLNS Radio Patriots reporter Jonathan Lemons, who is in Foxborough.