Tom Brady took the field for the first time since Super Bowl LI, Saturday night, as the New England Patriots battled the Houston Texans in their second preseason game of the summer. 

In his short 17-play stint, Brady looked good, completing six of nine pass attempts for 67 yards.

The 40-year-old also led his first unit mates on a scoring drive, capping his second series, which spanned 10 plays and 75 yards, with a 22-yard touchdown pass to Rex Burkhead.

Most importantly, Brady left the field healthy and unscathed.

Along with Brady, Rob Gronkowski was also out on the field to start the game. Playing in his first preseason game since 2012, Gronk totaled 15 snaps and did not see a ball thrown his way.


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