Tom Brady returned to practice Thursday after he fell and injured his knee Wednesday during a full-team drils against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
The New England Patriots quarterback stayed on the floor holding his knee for a while after the fall before returning to practice, but was instructed to leave the field soon after.
In a video captured by a fan and posted on ESPN it appears that a Buccaneers defensive end pushed left tackle Nate Solder into Brady.
According to sources, more tests will be conducted on the player, though there does not seem to be any structural damage to the knee.
You can watch Brady's triumphant return to the field in the clip below.