New England quarterback Tom Brady was removed from the Patriots injury report on Thursday, according to Christopher Price of WEEI.com. This is the third straight week he has been taken off the report during the week, with the change coming on Friday of Week 5 and Thursday of Week 4. Brady had been listed with a right shoulder injury.
This means there will be no doubt that the Pats will have their star quarterback when they travel across the country to face one of the league's elite defenses in Seattle. The Seahawks lead the league in yards per game allowed and yards per play allowed. The Brady-led Patriots lead the NFL in offensive yards per game.
Brady has thrown for 1,450 yards, eight touchdowns, and just one interception on the season. His 102.5 quarterback rating is fourth-best in the league overall and trails only Ben Roethlisberger in the AFC.
The Patriots take on the Seahawks in CenturyLink Field at 4:05 ET on Sunday.
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