The New England Patriots postponed Tom Brady’s scheduled press conference for the second straight day Thursday as speculation over the severity of his injured right hand continues to grow. Brady appeared on Thursday’s injury report with a right hand injury and did no participate in practice. He also appeared on Wednesday’s injury report and was listed as limited participant at practice.
FOXBOROUGH, Mass. (WHDH) – New England Patriots coach Bill Belichick addressed the media Tuesday morning as his team begins preparations for a playoff showdown against Tennessee on Saturday night, and he made it clear that he is done talking about an ESPN story that outlined an apparent power struggle between him, Tom Brady and Robert Kraft. “I’ve dealt with some non-Tennessee questions over the last few days. At this point, I’m all in on Tennessee.
SANDWICH, Mass. (WHDH) — Residents down on Cape Cod are stocking up at the supermarket and hardware store Wednesday, getting ready before the first major snowstorm of the season expected on Thursday. People leaving a hardware store in Sandwich told 7News they were buying snow shovels and ice scrapers for their cars. One man was also getting starter fluid for his generator and snowblower. The water at the town shoreline was calm Wednesday evening but that will all change once the storm hits Thursday.
@marshallhook Under ARMOR. Think about it. He got it replaced with a bionic hand (that’s why Bill was mad at him) and it just started acting up in the snow. Now wires and metal are exposed, hence the glove.
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