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Pay per Head Sportsbooks: Brady misses practice due to illness

Pay per Head SportsbooksPay per head sportsbooks found out that on Wednesday, Tom Brady was not able to practice with the New England Patriots due to an illness.

However, a source said that Brady will be “good and will be ready for Sunday,” when New England take on the Denver Broncos and Peyton Manning in the AFC Championship Game, and pay per head sportsbooks can’t wait to see this clash get underway.

Price per head services saw that last week, Brady said that he had a cold, but he didn’t miss a practice and played every snap of their divisional playoff win over the Indianapolis Colts on Saturday. Brady was also listed by the Patriots as having a shoulder injury.

The session on Wednesday was the first of three practices that New England will have this week. Pay per head sportsbooks learned that backup Ryan Mallett handled the roles of both scout-team and first-team quarterback in the absence of Brady, basically filling both Manning’s and Brady’s shoes.

“It was fun,” Mallett said. “It was a lot of fun. I like getting to play in our offense.”

Mallett wouldn’t discuss why Brady wasn’t present.

“You’d have to ask Coach,” he said. “I’m just doing what I’m told, doing my job.”

When he was talking about Brady in his news conference, Bill Belichick would only say that later on Wednesday the team would release its first injury report.

Long-snapper Danny Aiken was also not able to practice due to an illness.

Pay per head sportsbooks found out that on the practice field, New England did have punter Ryan Allen, who left the team’s game on Saturday with a shoulder injury. According to sources, Allen suffered an acromioclavicular joint sprain, and the Patriots hope that this week he can rehab the injury to a point where he can play on Sunday.

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WR Aaron Dobson, who was injured in Week 17 and didn’t practice since, returned to practice as he continues working through a foot injury.

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