New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady said absolutely nothing regarding the injury to his hand but that wasn’t the case for his favorite target so far this postseason.
Wide receiver Danny Amendola who caught 11 passes against the Tennessee Titans, gave some encouraging news regarding Brady’s hand going as far as answering the popular question of whether the quarterback threw the football today.
“He did, he looked good,” Amendola said. “[He looked like] Tom Brady.”
Amendola then went on to praise the quarterback’s toughness claiming him to be one of the toughest players he’s ever played with.
“Super tough, the toughest,” Amendola stated. “He’s a warrior, he’s a competitor, there’s really one reason why he’s here and that’s to play football.”
When asked about whether Brady would play this Sunday, the Texas Tech alum smiled and gave an answer that should make the New England crowd happy.
“Tom [Brady] always tends to show up in big games,” Amendola said with a smile. “This is a big game.”
The “big game” or the AFC Championship between the Patriots and Jacksonville Jaguars will take place Sunday at 3:05 p.m.