Breaking News: Earlier today, Patriots quarterback Tom Brady injured his left knee in a joint practice with the Buccaneers. Brady underwent an MRI, and luckily for the Patriots, the results came back negative. Defensive lineman Adrian Clayborn pushed Solder into Brady's left knee, and immediately Brady fell to the ground, clutching his knee in pain. Tom Brady returned to practice, but after completing three more passes, coaches Bill Belicheck and Josh McDaniels decided it would be best if the quarterback returned to the locker room. Back in 2008, Brady required surgery on his left knee to repair a torn anterior cruciate ligament, as well as a torn medial collateral ligament. According to ESPN insider Adam Schefter, Tom Brady is now day-to-day.