BOSTON -- A source requesting anonymity tells The Associated Press that New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady has undergone surgery on his right foot.
The surgery for a stress fracture took place Thursday, the source said, adding Brady is "is doing good."
Comcast SportsNet New England is reporting a screw was inserted in the navicular bone, one of the small bones on the mid-foot located at the instep.
Brady was listed on the Patriots' injury report with a foot injury for the last eight regular-season games and a playoff game, a 28-21 loss to the New York Jets.
Brady led the NFL in passer rating, touchdown passes (36) and fewest interceptions (four). He also threw for 3,900 yards.