Brady Of The New England Patriots, Getting Ready For The 2009 Season

At last, Tom Brady is back in shape and once more ready for action for the 2009 season.

The 31 year old veteran attended on the New England Patriots OTA days for the first time, after suffering a serious injury on the left knee, which lead his absence for the remaining of the 2008 season.

According to Patriots spokesman Stacey James, Brady already go through his normal practice by throwing passes and other similar activities, just like the rest of the team.

As we can recall, during the Patriots opener against the Kansas City Chiefs on the 2008 season, Brady was hit by safety Bernard Pollard, causing Brady a serious injury on his left knee. With the incident, it was later revealed that Brady was placed on injured reserved, and needs to undergo surgery, for suspected torn MCL (Medial Collateral Ligament) and ACL (Anterior Cruciate Ligament).

October last year, Brady at last confirmed that he had undergone 2 knee surgeries, and had 2 more to go, because of some post surgery complications. He has in fact undergone ACL reconstruction, as well as MCL repair.

However, his doctor announced that Brady is recovering very well.

And with Brady’s fast improvement, it shows that the Patriot’s QB will indeed be ready for their season opener against the Buffalo Bills on Sept. 14.

On the other hand, quarterback Matt Cassel, who took Brady’s spot during his absence, was traded to the Kansas City Chiefs last Feb. 28.

Brady is indeed very positive about his situation. He’s glad that there are no restrictions or pain he felt with his movements. He also feels great to back, training with his teammates, and work together to prepare and do their best for the 2009 season.

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