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Topic - Shane Vereen
Tom Brady walked off the field under his own power. Several teammates didn't think he was hurt badly when he grabbed his left knee after being knocked down.
Tom Brady became the winningest quarterback in postseason play, throwing for three touchdowns Sunday to beat Houston 41-28 and lift the New England Patriots into the AFC championship game.
Tom Brady and the New England Patriots put this game — and the New York Jets' ugly season — away early.
No more end-zone spikes for a while from Rob Gronkowski.
FOXBOROUGH, Mass. _ Three trades. Two youngsters added to a group of old running backs. One potential successor to Tom Brady.
California running back Shane Vereen says he will skip his senior season to enter the NFL draft.
"Anytime anybody, especially a teammate, goes down it's a dark cloud. It's unfortunate," Patriots running back Shane Vereen said. "He went back out there, but we'll see."