Tom Brady says he'll play in Week 6: 'I'm not anxious about'

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New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady said he will be playing Sunday when the team faces off against the New York Jets.

Added Brady: "I'll be there Sunday". Brady has been dealing with a sprained AC joint in his non-throwing shoulder, an injury he apparently suffered Week 4 after taking a beating from the Carolina Panthers defense. Coach Bill Belichick was predictably tight-lipped when asked about Brady at his press conference, but was willing to concede a couple of things about his quarterback.

And according to Rapoport, Brady says he'll play against the Jets on Sunday.

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"Not for me", he said. He missed practice last week for non-injury reasons but hasn't otherwise been on the injury report this season. The game was a particularly brutal one for the Patriots quarterback, who was sacked three times and hit six times over the course of 60 minutes. He's already been sacked 16 times after a 15-sack season in 2016.

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

Brady is 40-years-old and has never taken a beating like this in his football life.