Wearing a red T-shirt and black sweatpants, Brady showed no lingering effects from surgery for the torn left ACL that sidelined him for nearly the entire 2008 season.
Brady did not participate in the on-field portion of last week's voluntary organized team activity, but that was expected as the first sessions are geared towards younger players and new acquisitions.
The two-time Super Bowl MVP is expected to be on the field for this week's four-day, full-squad OTA, which begins today in Foxborough. Reporters will view Thursday's session.
Last week, Brady sat down for an interview with the Patriots' in-house web show, "Patriots Today" last week and expressed excitement for the upcoming season.
"I'm feeling great and just excited to be out there on the field, training with my teammates," Brady said. "It's always fun being back in this competitive environment and working with these guys to try to make 2009 our best season. It's been fun to be back. I think everyone is excited to get back on the field and see what we're capable of."
In the second of two soundbites, Brady was asked if he was eager to get back on the field.
"I think everybody is at this point," he said. "It was a tough year for us being 11-5 and not having the opportunity to advance into the playoffs and make a run there. I think it's been a long off-season for everybody. I can sense the excitement with the team and we've got some great veteran leadership and a lot of youth and energy with our rookies that hopefully we can build into something special."