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Tom Brady on if he will play in AFC title game: 'We'll see'

Ryan Hannable
January 19, 2018 - 2:44 pm

FOXBORO -- Tom Brady didn't exactly give any answers when it came to his right-hand injury when he addressed the media on Friday.

The 40-year-old was asked directly if he would play on Sunday in the AFC championship?

“We’ll see," he said.

Brady was asked repeatedly about the injury and how it happened. The quarterback had the same response to all of them.

“I’m not talking about it,” he said.

He walked to the podium with gloves on both hands like he did during practice the last two days, which posed the question, why wear the gloves indoors?

“I’ve worn them before," he said.

Brady reportedly suffered the hand injury during practice on Wednesday on a hand off and needed X-rays afterwards. They came back negative. He missed practice Thursday despite being present for stretching, and then was present for stretching on Friday. It's unknown what his final participation was, though.

The Patriots will release their final injury report later Friday afternoon.

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