Here are the full details of Tom Brady's hand injury.
We have new information of the hand injury suffered by Tom Brady earlier this week. The details are pretty gruesome.
Brady suffered a hand/thumb injury when he collided with a teammate at practice. The New England quarterback is believed to have collided with the helmet of running back Rex Burkhead.
The Patriots and their quarterback have remained as quiet as possible when it comes to this injury. Brady has been listed as "questionable," though he's going to play.
ESPN NFL insider Mike Reiss has more details on the injury Brady suffered. They're pretty gruesome.
Brady reportedly needed a lot of stitches. It was a bloody scene at practice.
"He required more than 10 stitches after sustaining a cut on the inside part of his right throwing hand near the thumb Wednesday, per source. Those at practice described a bloody scene," Reiss reports.
Brady has been wearing a glove at practice. He might have to wear gloves today, depending on how cold it is.
Update: Brady has taken the field for warmups. There is no glove.
Kickoff is set for shortly after 3 p.m. E.T. The game will be televised on CBS.