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Tom Brady Leg Injury Update: High Ankle Sprain

To view the latest about Tom Brady’s possible Torn ACL from September 7, 2008, see: Tom Brady Torn ACL

1/22/08: According to the Boston Herald, sources have indicated that Tom Brady has a mild high ankle sprain.

It’s a mild sprain, a second source indicated, and is not expected to pose a problem for the NFL’s MVP moving forward toward the Super Bowl in Arizona in 12 days.

As we said earlier, Brady will be ready for the Superbowl in Arizona, hopefully at close to 100%.

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  1. […] for Arizona, but all the buzz at least with many Pats’ fans has been centered around the right ankle of Tom […]

    Posted by Tom Brady a No-Show | Sports of Boston | January 27, 2008, 12:59 am

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