Chris Godwin trains after ACL injury, Tom Brady gets an excused absence

Tampa Bay Buccaneers wide receiver chris godvin reached a major milestone on Friday in his return from an ACL injury. Godwin, who tore his ACL in Week 15 last season, participated in his first practice with the team.

This decision signals that Godwin has made tremendous progress since his ACL tear. There were hints that this was the case early in camp, when Godwin avoided the physically unable to perform roster. While encouraging, it was hard to come to terms with Godwin’s quick recovery until he was on the pitch.

Godwin trained with a brace on Friday, a sign he still wants to protect his knee. The fact that he is there less than 8 months after suffering the injury is an encouraging sign for Buccaneers fans.

Tom Brady won’t be the one throwing passes at Godwin on Friday. Brady received an excused absence practice in settling a personal matter.


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