Tom Brady is keeping his hands covered again this week.
Tom Brady's injured throwing hand was the story leading up to the AFC Championship Game. He cut it open in practice and was said to be questionable for the game.
Typically, the Patriots and Brady treated his injury with the utmost secrecy.
We eventually found out Brady needed 12 stitches to close the wound, but of course he played. Not only did he play, he helped lead the Patriots to a comeback win over the Jaguars.
Now, Brady is in Super Bowl LII. His injured hand continues to heal, but he's still shrouding the appendage in mystery.
Brady took the stage at Super Bowl media night in Minneapolis with both of his hands under wraps. He wore black gloves for the occasion.
Brady's covered hands drew plenty of reaction from media members in attendance.
Here are some photos.
We expect Brady to have no issue with his hand come Sunday. He's just having fun tonight.
Now, that Philadelphia Eagles' pass rush? He might have some trouble with that.
Philly will need to make Brady uncomfortable to hand him his third Super Bowl defeat.