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|Brady appeared without a boot and with no limp Sunday morning. (Courtesy of ESPN.com)|
Tom Brady attended Sunday morning’s Super Bowl send-off rally at Gillette Stadium and was not wearing any protective boot on his right foot and was not walking with a limp. He was seen carrying his bags to the team bus without any trouble.
He should be good to go.
More from the ESPN.com story:
SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. — Relax, Patriots fans. A smiling Tom Brady says not to worry about his much publicized and photographed ankle. It won’t keep him out of Sunday’s Super Bowl.
New England’s star quarterback walked up the three short steps to the podium with ease Sunday night, showing no signs of the right ankle injury that had become such a hot topic since he was spotted wearing a protective boot last Monday.
“It’s feeling good. I’ll be ready to go,” Brady said with a smile as the AFC champions met the media for the first time shortly after arriving in Phoenix.