FOXBOROUGH, Mass. -- For those watching the Patriots' 14th practice of training camp this morning, it was hard to miss quarterback Tom Brady's fiery approach. It was as fiery of a Brady as has been seen through camp, his voice booming across the practice fields and imploring his teammates to pick up their level of play.
Brady's fire was a result of sloppy play by the team's offense in the two-minute drill. The Brady-led offense was stopped short on fourth-and-1 near the goal-line, and had been penalized earlier in the march.
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