Tom Brady injured at Patriots camp

Winslow Townson-USA TODAY Sports

Every New England Patriots fan is currently in a state of panic as quarterback Tom Brady laid on the field at training camp today, clutching his left knee. Is this 2008?

In 2008, New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady crumpled to the ground, clutching at his left knee.  The injury, which happened during the team's Week 1 game against the Kansas City Chiefs, required surgery and cost Brady the 2008 season (and game the Miami Dolphins the AFC East title - but we won't go there).

Today in training camp, New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady crumpled to the ground after attempting a pass, clutching at his left knee.  He eventually was able to get up and limp to the sideline, then returned to practice for a couple more snaps before leaving the field with a trainer.

According to Alec Shane from Pats Pulpit, there does not appear to be anything to panic over right now, however, any sign of a weakness to Brady will spin "Patriots Nation" (and ESPN) into a tailspin.

Of course, the injury was caught on video from a fan at Patriots camp.

If anything further develops from Brady's apparent injury (or the touchdown pass Tim Tebow threw immediately following Brady's exit), we will cover it here - or you can go to the best source for all things Patriots, Pats Pulpit.

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