Tom Brady Checked By Trainers After Justin Tuck Sack

Patriots quarterback Tom Brady appeared to be dinged up after getting sacked by Justin Tuck midway through the third quarter. Tuck was able to sack the Patriots quarterback and it looked like Brady jammed his left shoulder on the tackle. Watch the play below and note Brady's left shoulder:

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It was a hard hit but it didn't look too out of the ordinary.

What really scared some of Patriots nation was that backup quarterback Brian Hoyer started warming up on the sidelines shortly after that. Luckily for New Engalnd that only listed a couple of minutes and he sat back down.

Brady was being examined by trainers on the sideline and it looks like he was just dinged up and not seriously injured. He was rotating his left shoulder so that's where the problem is. He's had a left shoulder injury in recent weeks so this likely has something to do with that.

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