Brady looks no worse for wear at Mayo Bowl
BOSTON (WHDH) -- Tom Brady took a hit to the face in Sunday’s game against the Tennessee Titans, but he looked no worse for wear at teammate Jerod Mayo’s third annual Mayo Bowl.
There was no sign of the bandage Brady wore during the post-game press conference Monday night.
“He looks good. He heals crazy. He’s our leader on the field and off the field,” Mayo said.
Brady took a hard hit in the first half of Sunday’s game in Tennessee, but he soldiered on and led his teammates to a big win. Still, he took some ribbing.
“He’s probably the toughest metro sexual I’ve ever come across,” said teammate Wes Welker.
Tight end Rob Gronkowski isn’t surprised Brady is bouncing back.
“He’s a great player and gets hit all the time. It’s part of the game and it happens. So it’s going to be a cool look for a while,” Gronkowski said.