New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady left Wednesday's practice with a sprained left knee, according to multiple reports.
After attempting a pass against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers defense, Brady grabbed his knee and limped off the field. Although Brady returned to the field, he reportedly did not look comfortable and had the knee checked by trainers.
Brady tore the ACL in his same knee in Week 1 of the 2008 season.
While there's no timetable on the return of the two-time NFL MVP and eight- time Pro Bowl selection, multiple media sources reported Brady's knee injury is not considered serious.
The 36-year-old Brady was reportedly hurt when left tackle Nate Solder was pushed into him during a pass play during full team drills. Solder was driven into Brady during a bull rush from Tampa Bay defensive end Adrian Clayborn.
The Patriots will play the Buccaneers in the preseason on Friday.