Tom Brady experienced an arm injury on a strip sack in the second quarter of his Tampa Sound Marauders' down against the Kansas City Bosses on Sunday night.  

On their most memorable play, Brady was sacked by L'Jarius Sneed and lost the ball.

Brady was hit on his right shoulder as he was tossing and immediately got at it on  ground. He was offering his arm consideration in the wake of taking off the field as well.

"He came over and sat on the seat for around 30 seconds and afterwards began tossing," NBC's Melissa Distinct announced. 

Brady stayed in the game and, surprisingly, drove a scoring drive on the Bucs' next belonging.  

He went to the storage space with 10 seconds staying in the half, potentially to get an early advantage on getting any clinical consideration for his tossing arm. 

Brady may not miss any time because of the injury, however, on the off chance that he winds up on a physical issue report one week from now or battles with tossing the ball, you'll know why. 

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