Tom Brady, New England Patriots quarterback, plays well vs. Philadelphia Eagles

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A postgame handshake over six months in the making between Patriots quarterback Tom Brady and Eagles quarterback Nick Foles finally happened at the 50-yard line of Gillette Stadium sometime before 11 p.m. on Thursday night.

The Eagles listed Foles' return as questionable. "I know how hard it is to win that last game, and they did it and congrats to them", Brady added.

One of the first things Patriots coach Bill Belichick said after the game was that he liked the energy with which Davis played. The quarterback played poorly Thursday in a preseason game as his Philadelphia Eagles lost, and in a more concerning development, he got injured. It was one of eight sacks by the Patriots. But it feels good.

"I'm going to do everything I can to get back on the field and hopefully practice the first day we get back practicing [Sunday]", Foles said ( via ESPN.com ), "and be ready to roll".

Foles finished 3 for 9 for 44 yards.

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Philadelphia's Shelton Gibson had five catches for 90 yards and a 4-yard TD reception in the second quarter that made it 17-7. "I feel like he never makes a mistake, and it's pretty unbelievable to have that".

Patriots: First-round draft choice Isaiah Wynn was taken away from the medical tent on a cart with a left ankle injury.

There are some clear shots at the Patriots in the billboard that show the score of the game on the player's jerseys with the Eagles while in the middle is a dog in the similar attire that Eagles center Jason Kelce wore to the championship celebration parade. Defensive lineman Michael Bennett remained in the locker room Thursday night, NBC Philadelphia reported on Twitter.

Last week, Jenkins and Bausby both raised their fists during the national anthem at a game against the Pittsburgh Steelers to protest racial injustice and police brutality. The NFL Network tweeted a video of Jenkins coming out for warmups wearing a shirt that said, "YOU AREN'T LISTENING".

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