Tom Brady addresses apparent arm injury

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Tom Brady had quite a night Sunday.

The quarterback might not have come away with a win against the Chiefs, with his Tampa Bay team dropping a 41-31 decision to Kansas City, but that didn't mean Brady didn't do his part. The 45-year-old set season highs for passing yards, touchdowns and completion percentage.

But there was one moment of discomfort for Brady and his fans.

Kansas City's L'Jarius Sneed's second-quarter sack of Brady left the QB clearly favoring his right throwing arm while pulling himself from the ground.

While Brady was clearly OK to continue, as his subsequent performance confirmed, the sight of him in pain on a football field was not the norm. It's why he was asked about the incident after his team's loss.

"I’ll be all right," Brady told reporters. “It’s football”

Brady's Buccaneers now sit at 2-2, slated to play the Falcons in Week 5.

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