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Draft Scout Tom Brady News
12/05/16 - QB Tom Brady became the NFL's all-time winningest quarterback in the Patriots' 26-10 victory over the Rams, victory No. 201 in his career.
Brady, who threw one touchdown pass, also picked up his 179th regular-season win. He trailed only Peyton Manning and Brett Favre (186 each) in that category. Brady, playing on a sore knee, finished 33 of 49 for 269 yards.
11/30/16 - QB Tom Brady, who limped around quite a bit during and after last Sunday's victory by the Patriots (9-2) in New York because of to a right knee injury, missed Wednesday practice for the second straight week.
11/28/16 - QB Tom Brady (right knee) played the entire game at the Jets after missing two days of practice last Wednesday and Thursday due to the injury. Brady was limping noticeably and even appeared to have trouble getting down and then up for kneel-downs.
11/27/16 - QB Tom Brady (30 of 50 for 286 yards, two TDs) tied Peyton Manning for the most regular-season and playoff victories by a QB, 200.
Brady has 178 regular-season wins and 22 playoff victories.
Brady also became the fifth quarterback in history to reach 60,000 passing yards when he completed an 18-yard pass to Julian Edelman in the second quarter.
He missed practice Wednesday and Thursday due to a knee injury and was listed as questionable on the injury report after getting in a limited session on Friday.
11/25/16 - QB Tom Brady (knee) returned to practice Friday after missing the previous two days. Patriots coach Bill Belichick declined to elaborate on Brady's status for Sunday's road game against the New York Jets. "We'll list Tom on the injury report like we always do, like everybody else," Belichick told reporters Friday. "Is that the answer you were hoping for? ... OK, good. I don't want to disappoint you."