Brady Suffers Leg Injury, Leaves Practice

Ian Logue
August 14, 2013 at 03:37pm ET

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Tom Brady was seen holding his left leg before leaving practice on Wednesday. (PHOTO:Steve Balestrieri/

Some scary news on Wednesday after Patriots quarterback Tom Brady suffered a left leg injury and left practice.

According to 98.5 The Sports Hub Brady reportedly twisted his left leg following a deep sideline throw to Aaron Dobson and was seen laying on the ground holding his knee/lower leg after the play.

It's the same knee in which Brady tore his ACL back in Week one of the 2008 season.

According to's Nick Underhill, who witnessed it, it appears Nate Solder may have been pushed into him and rolled up on his leg on the play.

He was replaced by Ryan Mallett, who was only in for a play or so before Brady came back in. However, he seemed to still be favoring it and was only in for about 3 plays before, once again, leaving practice.

He was seen heading toward the practice bubble following a conversation with Bill Belichick and Josh McDaniels.

It's certainly concerning with the season only a few weeks away. But for now we'll just have to wait and see how significant - if it's even serious - his injury is.

UPDATE: Here's a video that surfaced on Twitter of the play that Brady got hurt on.