Any concerns over Tom Brady's knee in Friday's preseason game against the Buccaneers were quickly put to rest.
The Patriots quarterback went 11 for 12 for 107 yards and a touchdown in two possessions to help the Pats to a 25-21 win.
Mike Giardi was in Foxboro for Friday night's game, and said afterwards that Brady's knee didn't appear to be an issue whatsoever throughout his time on the field.
"The knee totally wasn't an issue at all," Giardi said. "(He was) wearing the big brace, but that's what he normally does anyways on game days and he will probably revisit when they have joint practice sessions in the future when there's potential for contact.
"He's been razor sharp all preseason. The week in Philadelphia when he just shredded Eagles defensive backs and linebackers. And this week same thing against Tampa. It's just been a continuation of the process here of trying to get the new receiving corps up to speed and it's obviously going pretty well right now."