No Brady at OTA's Tomorrow

Ian Logue
May 19, 2009 at 05:37pm ET

Tom Brady present, Rob Gronkowski returns to practice
Patriots place Marcus Cannon on injured reserve
Roster moves on the way as Bill Belichick showers praise on Steelers
How they stack up: AFC playoff leaders, teams in the hunt
Breaking it all down: Patriots' 27-20 loss to the Dolphins

The Boston Herald reported on Tuesday that team spokesperson Stacey James has informed them that Patriots quarterback Tom Brady will not be a participant in tomorrow’s OTA (Organized Team Activities) session that will be viewed by the media. 

James told the newspaper that this week’s OTA’s were geared toward the younger players and newcomers to give them a chance to get everyone on the same page.   However, next week, the full squad will be involved, including Brady.  It will be a much anticipated session as Brady hasn't been seen doing live football drills since he underwent reconstructive left knee surgery back on Oct. 6th of 2008.

THE LATEST FROM PATSFANS.COM: