Tom Brady left Sunday's game against the Kansas City Chiefs in the first quarter after suffering what appeared to be a serious knee injury. Hit by Chiefs safety Benard Pollard as he was throwing the ball, Brady went to the ground in a heap. He held his left knee as he rolled around on the ground in agony. Those on the field report hearing Brady scream out in pain at the hit.
OL Matt Light: "I don't know what his status is, but anytime your starting quarterback goes out of the game, especially with a guy like Tom that has so many qualities on the field that lead to our success and who is our ultimate leader on offense, it's a bad feeling."
WR Wes Welker: "Obviously you try to stay confident in the game, but at the same time you're looking at your starting quarterback and your friend out there and you're hoping and praying that he's OK."
Want to know what we've been told by someone "in the know?"
Check out the Lounge for the lates including who's coming in for a workout tomorrow.