BOSTON (AP) — Tom Brady and more than half of his New England Patriots teammates are holding informal workouts.
They stretched and walked and ran through plays at slow speed at Boston College on Thursday for the second straight day in a session that lasted just under two hours. Players were dressed in shorts and T-shirts. There was no hitting.
Brady underwent surgery for a broken right foot on Jan. 20, but on Thursday he dropped back to throw passes and walked without a limp. Running back Kevin Faulk, who missed most of last season with a torn ligament in his right knee, also participated.
The players are expected to hold another workout Friday.