Three-time Super Bowl champion quarterback Tom Brady has left the Patriots-Bucs joint training camp practice with a knee injury, according to multiple reports out of Foxborough.
Brady was knocked down during team drills at approximately 3:15 this afternoon and was seen grabbing his left knee. He left the field for one play then returned, according to ESPNBoston’s Mike Reiss.
According to video captured by a Patriots fan in attendance, Bucs defensive end Adrian Clayborn appears to have bull-rushed Nate Solder, who fell into Brady’s knee.
Brady completed three passes and then came over to the sideline. He spoke with Patriots head coach Bill Belichick offensive coordinator Josh McDaniels, before walking off the field with the training staff.
In 2008, Brady suffered a torn ACL in the same knee in week 1 of the regular season.