Brady back on field as Patriots prepare for Super Bowl

RealFootball365.comSenior Writer IJanuary 29, 2008

New England quarterback Tom Brady practiced for the first time since suffering an ankle injury in the AFC title game, and he looks ready to play the New York Giants in the Super Bowl.

"I'm not concerned about how it's going to affect my play," he told reporters Sunday. "This won't keep me out."

Commentary: Nothing will keep Brady out of this game. He has a chance to become the third quarterback to win four Super Bowls (joining Terry Bradshaw and Joe Montana) and the first to lead his team to a 19-0 record.

Fantasy Football Impact: Brady was the best fantasy player around this season. It's doubtful he can repeat what he did this season, but if Randy Moss comes back, Brady will remain a marquee fantasy QB.

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