Tom Brady addresses apparent injury to throwing shoulder




The Tampa Bay Buccaneers lost to the Kansas City Chiefs on Sunday night, dropping a 41-31 rematch of Super Bowl LV.

For Bucs fans, the scariest moment of the night came when quarterback Tom Brady got strip-sacked in the second quarter, and the GOAT came up favoring his throwing shoulder.

After the game, Brady was asked about the apparent injury, but he shrugged it off.

"I'll be all right," Brady said during his postgame press conference. "It's football."

That's music to the ears of Bucs fans, and Brady's performance the rest of the game proved his arm must not have been feeling too bad.

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Story originally appeared on Buccaneers Wire

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