It's related to quarterback Tom Brady and the health of his non-throwing shoulder.
New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady returned to practice Wednesday after missing his first practice of the season on Tuesday. According to Michael Giardi of NBC Sports Boston, Brady re-aggravated a shoulder injury that he originally hurt against the Panthers on October 1.
"I'm good. I'm not anxious about it", he said when he was asked about his injured left shoulder.
And according to Rapoport, Brady says he'll play against the Jets on Sunday.
One way to do that would be to put pressure on Brady like the Panthers, and every other team this season, did.
According to National Football League stats, Brady has been sacked 16 times so far this season and hit 33 times.
Brady then re-aggravated the injury in the game against Tampa Bay.
Still, there's no reason for the Patriots to panic.
The Patriots travel to NY to face the Jets in Week 6 and will look to keep Gang Green's pass rushers at bay, as they look to avoid hits on their 40-year-old quarterback.
It seems like a near certainty that Brady will be completely ready for the team's Week 6 matchup against the 3-2 Jets.