What's Up With Tom Brady's Mysterious Absence From Voluntary OTAs

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May/22/2018

New England Patriots starting quarterback Tom Brady has been noticably absent from voluntary OTAs, the only starting QB in the NFL who is MIA.

"I'm not going to talk about the people that aren't here," head coach Bill Belichick said. "Guys that are here are improving, they're working hard, and those are the guys we're going to focus on. ... It's a great opportunity for them and for our team to come together."

 

While the Patriots were practicing, Brady was doing an individual workout nearby at the TB12 Sports Therapy Center, according to the Boston Herald.

Tight end Rob Gronkowski was also absent from the workout with no explanation.

The Patriots were listed with 6-1 odds of winning Super Bowl 53.

- Don Shapiro, Gambling911.com

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