The faint red mark near the bridge of the QB’s nose was no big deal for his supermodel wife.
“Yeah, it’s OK,” Brady said, referring to his still-fresh bruise during Wednesday’s media session. “My wife likes it, so I’m good.”
There has been no definitive word from Brady or the Patriots on whether his nose was broken when he was sacked by Kamerion Wimbley in the second quarter of their 34-13 win at Tennessee last Sunday. He completed 23 of 31 passes for 236 yards and two touchdowns.
New England (1-0) will play host to Arizona (1-0) on Sunday in the Patriots’ home opener.
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