Tom Brady dealing with injury to non-throwing shoulder

New England Patriots wide receiver Chris Hogan left celebrates his touchdown reception with quarterback Tom Brady during the first half of an NFL football game against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers Thursday Oct. 5 2017 in Tampa Fla. (AP

On Tuesday, Brady missed his first practice of the season.

According to Karen Kuregian of the Boston Herald, Brady first "dinged" his shoulder in New England's October 1 game against the Carolina Panthers.

According to Rapoport, Brady will not miss Sunday's game against the New York Jets (3-2). The good news is that the injury is in his left shoulder - not his throwing shoulder. They'll release their first practice report later on Wednesday, which should shed a little more light on Brady's ailment - or at least his level of participation in Wednesday's practice.

Brady sat out Tuesday's practice, giving his injured left shoulder a fifth day of rest after last Thursday's win over Tampa Bay.

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Brady has been under pressure so far this season, taking 16 sacks - one more than he took in all of 2016.

Aside from fielding questions about his health, Brady also raved about the season wide receiver Danny Amendola is having.

Brady has been the sixth most sacked quarterback in the National Football League this season, going down 16 times through five games.

The Patriots travel to NY to face the Jets in Week 6 and will look to keep Gang Green's pass rushers at bay, as they look to avoid hits on their 40-year-old quarterback.

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