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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?

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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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