Tom Brady went through his normal stretching then tossed soft passes as usual at the start of practice.
The New England Patriots' quarterback seemed fine Thursday less than seven hours after he was involved in a two-car crash near his home in Boston's Back Bay.
He lay on his back on the practice field, his hands under his helmet. He raised his left leg high, then did the same with his right leg. Then he ran to one end of the field and began throwing passes.
Patriots linebacker Tully Banta-Cain said players were told by coach Bill Belichick that Brady might be late because of the accident.
The team opens the regular season at home Sunday against the Cincinnati Bengals.