Veteran quarterback Tom Brady is listed on Friday with a right finger injury but took a full part in today's practice session.
Reporters noted Brady's apparent finger problem throughout the week, but he was not officially added to the injury report until this afternoon.
Tampa Bay insider Rick Stroud said the 45-year-old quarterback was repeatedly moving the ring finger of his throwing hand.
Asked about the injury earlier in the week, Tom Brady said "Yeah, I feel great. That's why it's football season.
Later on their Let's Go! Podcast, Brady told co-host Jim Gray that his finger was "slammed" during his win over the Saints at Books Week 2.
Given his history of playing through hidden injuries, it would be a blow if he was not fit for this weekend's matchup against Aaron Rodgers and the Green Bay Packers.
Tom Brady has 402 yards, two touchdowns and an interception on 59%, going through a 2-0 start to the 2022 season.