On Monday, the Eagles won a game.

This week, Tom Brady won’t be in the locker room.

In fact, Brady will be in a different place: In the hospital, in an induced coma.

Brady has been in a coma since Monday, according to CBS Sports’ Jeff McLane.

But for now, the Patriots have made it clear they are not willing to share the details of what went wrong.

“They have not shared the full details of the injury,” a source told the Boston Herald.

“This is Tom Brady, not a basketball player.”

Brady’s agent, Rich Graff, has said the quarterback is in a “very stable condition,” and he told reporters Monday, “I would hope and expect to be there in a few days.”

On Monday morning, the NFL announced Brady will remain in a medically induced coma in New York City.

It is the first time Brady has had to stay in a hospital for a long period of time.

Brady was admitted to the hospital in the early hours of Wednesday morning and remained in critical condition throughout the day.

The Patriots released a statement saying Brady is “doing well,” but it is not clear if Brady will stay in the hospital long-term.

“The Patriots are deeply saddened by the passing of Tom Brady.

We are grateful for the efforts of our medical staff and the people of New York, and we ask that you respect their privacy during this difficult time,” the statement read.

The team also released a video statement.

“Tom Brady will not return to the New England Patriots until he is fully recovered,” the team said in the video.

“Our thoughts and prayers are with his family and friends at this difficult and difficult time.”