After several detours along his road to recovery, Tom Brady has now begun rehabbing his multiple knee surgeries. According to reports, the All-Universe quarterback has been working out at Gillette Stadium with his teammates since last week.
Fans, media, and teammates alike are excited to see him back with the team and working out. It couldn't come at a better time either, as the Pats are scheduled to take on division (and lifetime) rival New York Jets on Thursday.
After going under the knife on Oct. 6 to repair his torn ACL, Brady suffered an infection in his knee. This infection forced him to have three more surgeries, and it is now expected to be under control.
However, this is just speculation based on his presence with the team; it is still unknown as to the actual status of his knee. In fact, the Patriots organization still has not disclosed Brady's exact knee injury, citing team policy.
In an interview this weekend, Patriots president Jonathan Kraft explained that Brady believed any communication with the media would be a distraction to the team, which is why he has chosen to stay out of the spotlight.