Tom Brady injured his throwing hand after getting accidentally run into by a teammate during practice on Wednesday, and he didn't say, or do, anything today to ease the concerns of Patriots fans.

Brady wore gloves on both hands at today's practice and kept the gloves on while he spoke to the media about his status for the AFC Championship game against the Jacksonville Jaguars and their #1 ranked pass defense.

According to reports, Brady suffered a cut on his right hand after hitting a buckle on someone's helmet earlier in the week. He required four stitches around his knuckle but x-rays revealed there was no structural damage. 

The Patriots QB had little to say about his injury but when asked about his status for Sunday's game against Jacksonville, Brady simply said, "We'll see." Of course, Bill Belichick didn't have anything noteworthy to say about Brady's injury either. 

You can read the transcript of some questions Brady "answered" below.

The 5x Super Bowl champion QB completed 66.3% of his passes this season, finishing the year with an NFL-best 4,577 passing yards as well as 32 touchdowns and just eight interceptions. 

The AFC Championship Game is scheduled to kickoff from Gillette Stadium in Foxborough, Massachusetts at 3:05pm ET. Brady and Belichick will be looking for a record eighth Super Bowl appearance together while the Jags are in search of their first trip to the big game.