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We discuss the induction of Big Will, and what he meant to this team for over a decade.
to get in a shot at his quarterback. Tom Brady was bloodied after a first-half sack by Tennessee defensive end Kamerion Wimbley , but didn't miss any time after getting banged up. (Brady sported a bandage across his nose in the second half
TOM BRADY The quarterback was knocked around pretty solidly at the start of the game, with Tennessee defensive end Kamerion Wimbley getting him with an accidental knee to the face after dragging him down in the second quarter. The hit bloodied Brady
sixth-best) while not allowing a single return for a touchdown. Left tackle Nate Solder against defensive end Kamerion Wimbley : One of the most important matchups for the Patriots. Coming off a preseason where the offensive line struggled
himself in the second quarter. Brady was whacked in the facemask by the left leg of Tennessee defensive lineman Kamerion Wimbley in the second quarter when Wimbley chased him down from behind and landed on Brady for a sack. “I never mind a little blood,” said Brady
It's always fun winning." Brady was whacked in the facemask by the left leg of Tennessee defensive lineman Kamerion Wimbley in the second quarter when Wimbley chased him down from behind and landed on Brady for a sack. Brady was asked if
Brady took his shots. Brady took a big hit in the second quarter after being sacked by Tennessee defensive end Kamerion Wimbley . Brady was checked out on the bench by the Patriots’ medical staff, but returned on New England’s next offensive series
Locker's pass went off the facemask of Kyle Arrington in coverage. Moments later, the Patriots got a scare when Kamerion Wimbley sacked Brady. Wimbley's leg whipped around and hit Brady in the facemask while the quarterback was on the ground
contract of his career. While it now appears the Titans would be out of the mix with their recent acquisition of Kamerion Wimbley , the addition of Anderson to an already imposing defensive front in Buffalo that recently signed Mario Williams would