Tom Brady
Tom Brady expects to play against the New York Jets despite being a limited participant. In this picture, Brady #12 of the New England Patriots points during the first quarter against the Tennessee Titans at Nissan Stadium in Nashville, Tennessee, Nov. 11, 2018. Wesley Hitt/Getty Images

New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady was a part of the team's injury report ahead of Sunday's game against the New York Jets.

Brady is currently dealing with a knee injury and was only a limited participant during the team's practice session on Wednesday. The 41-year-old did not complete the game during their 34-10 loss to the Tennessee Titans earlier this month, but that was mainly because of the deficit.

However, he did appear to get banged up during the game. According to Michael Giardi of NFL Network, the injury occurred during a double pass against Tennessee.

Last week was a bye for the Patriots and Brady said he was feeling good despite "some bumps and bruises."

“Pretty good, pretty good," Brady said Wednesday last week. "Some bumps and bruises, but I think that’s part of football season and I feel pretty good."

Despite Brady being a limited participant, Giardi's source said he is not worried about his availability for the Jets game.

Other limited participants were Rob Gronkowski (ankle/back), Shaq Mason (calf) and Sony Michel (knee). Tight end Dwayne Allen did not participate with a knee problem, however, wide receiver Julian Edelman, who didn't complete the Tennessee game either, was a full participant.

As for the Jets, their full injury report can be seen below:

Did not participate
WR Robby Anderson - Ankle
G James Carpenter - Shoulder
LB Brandon Copeland - Elbow
QB Sam Darnold - Foot
S Marcus Maye - Thumb / Shoulder

Limited participation
WR Quincy Enunwa - Ankle

Full participation
T Kelvin Beachum - Knee
S Terrence Brooks - Thumb
CB Morris Claiborne - Shoulder
RB Isaiah Crowell - Ankle
C Spencer Long - Knee / Finger
LB Frankie Luvu - Neck
RB Elijah McGuire - Foot
DT Steve McLendon - Ankle
S Rontez Miles - Knee / Hip
LB Kevin Pierre-Louis - Foot

The AFC East rivals will both be looking to get back to winning ways this week, with the Jets (3-7) currently on a four-game losing run.

Despite an initial poor start to the season, the Patriots are 7-3 and are closing in on their 10th straight AFC East title. However, Brady still believes the team is yet to reach a proper consistency.

“We just haven’t had that, I would say, overall consistency and the ability to practice together,” Brady explained. “That’s not an excuse. ... A lot of teams deal with injuries and moving parts and bringing different people in. That’s just part of football. But we’re trying to adjust and adapt like everyone else. Some weeks it’s been better than others.”

The game takes place Sunday at the MetLife Stadium in New Jersey.