Tom Brady has been able to return to the New England Patriots' practice despite sustaining a knee injury earlier this week.
The quarterback wore a brace on his left leg, having reportedly suffered a mild sprain after colliding with tackle Nate Solder.
Solder told reporters: "Yeah, it's good that he's OK. We're moving on now. He's a tough guy, he didn't make a big deal about it. I didn't let it affect my sleep. It's part of the game."
Running back Stevan Ridley added: "It was a scary moment, but with Tom I know he is a competitor. I know he's going to do whatever to get out there. That's our leader, we ride with Tom Brady all the way. And every time somebody goes down like that, everything stops."
The Patriots play the Tampa Bay Buccaneers this evening.