Tom Brady gives an update on the surgically repaired knee

We still don’t know exactly what kind of knee surgery Tom Brady underwent after the Super Bowl.

But the Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback gave an update on his status Sunday. He seems to be recovering well.

Brady made an appearance at a charity golf tournament hosted by Bucs head coach Bruce Arians. There are no golf reports from Brady. But she showed up to a gala Sunday night while walking without any apparent problem.

Tom Brady looks great

Brady gives update on knee

She also spoke with ESPN’s Jenna Laine about her recovery from the February procedure.

“I feel pretty good and I try really hard,” Brady said. “I feel pretty good. I don’t know if I could go this week, but we’ll see how things develop.

When asked if he planned to participate in a June minicamp if there is one, Brady told Laine, “I hope so.”

FORT LAUDERDALE, FLORIDA - APRIL 18: NFL player Tom Brady and Pharrell Williams attend the game between Inter Miami FC and the Los Angeles Galaxy at DRV PNK Stadium on April 18, 2021 in Fort Lauderdale, Florida.  (Photo by Cliff Hawkins / Getty Images)

Tom Brady looked great alongside Pharrell Williams in an MLS game on Sunday. (Cliff Hawkins / Getty Images)

Arians initially described the procedure as a “cleaning” Before Brady went under the knife. The Boston Globe’s Ben Volin later reported that the procedure was “more than a little cleaning”. Laine confirmed Sunday that the procedure had been planned months before the Super Bowl.

Exactly what the procedure was remains a mystery.

“It’s good, it’s good. It’s good progress,” Brady told Laine. “It’s rehab. None of that is fun, but I’m really looking forward to getting back to real training and stuff, which hopefully will come very soon …

“I definitely feel a lot better than six or seven weeks ago.”

Brady caught an MLS game early Sunday

The Arians benefit gala was Brady’s second public outing on Sunday. He attended an MLS game between Inter Miami and the Los Angeles Galaxy on Sunday afternoon and seemed to be feeling good.

The Buccaneers players are among the majority of the NFL teams that have announced that they will not participate in offseason voluntary programs amid the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. Those trainings are scheduled for April and May. Brady was apparently not going to participate independently.

But he sounds optimistic about testing his surgically repaired knee during mandatory workouts in June. As usual with Brady, everything seems to be fine.

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