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Tom Brady takes part in Patriots Super Bowl practice

Injured New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady took part in the team's Monday practice.

Tom Brady takes part in Patriots Super Bowl practice The New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady took part in the Monday practice of the team, although his right ankle was taped before the practice started. Despite the injury, which now appears to be a mild one, Brady did a full practice, including the jogging at the end of the drills. The Patriots Monday practice was short, less than two hours and even though coach Bill Belichick declined to comment on Tom Brady's injury, he said that all players practiced and the people will know the real team's condition on Wednesday, when the injury report will be out. Neither the Patriots nor the Giants will practice on Tuesday, which is media day. At the online sportsbook Bodog Sports, the New England Patriots remain favorite to win the Super Bowl game with odds -480 and are -11.5 points against the spread.

 Meanwhile Patriots wide receiver Randy Moss is still in a legal limbo. The temporary restraining order issued against him was extended on Monday until March 28th. The restraining order against Randy Moss was filed by Rachelle Washington and requires the New England Patriots wide receiver to keep out 500 feet from the woman. She accuses Moss of battery, causing serious injury, but no criminal charges have been brought against Moss yet. The future of Randy Moss with the Patriots also remains unknown, he is scheduled to become a free agent in less than a month and according to reports, no talks have been initiated by the Patriots yet to keep the record-breaking wide receiver with the New England team.

 Published on 01/29/2008

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