Tom Brady should be good to go Sunday. (Getty Images)

No need for anymore "woosahs" or slow breathing, New England Patriots fans. Tom Brady's right shoulder injury is nothing to worry about.

The Patriots quarterback was removed from the team's injury report Thursday after being forced to retreat to the locker room after stretching and going through conditioning drills Wednesday.

The 34-year-old has long been plagued by his right shoulder. It was a staple on the injury report for years, but the last time it popped up was during the 2010 playoffs.

Brady should now be considered good to go when the Patriots travel to Buffalo on Sunday, where he threw four interceptions in a 34-31 loss last season.

No reaction: How did the Patriots react to news that the regular officials were returning this week? With complete indifference.

“My focus is on the Buffalo Bills, nothing else. Buffalo,” DT Vince Wilfork said. “I don’t care about [anything] but Buffalo right now, plain and simple. We need to get back on track around here. Kind of forgot how it feels to win. All of my focus is on going to Buffalo and playing well."

Kraft up for honor: Patriots owner Robert Kraft is one of 127 individuals nominated for the Pro Football Hall of Fame. If inducted, Kraft would be enshrined as a contributor. The selection committee will trim the list down to 25 semifinalists in November.

Practice report: Defensive lineman Kyle Love (knee) was a new addition to the injury report.

Did not participate: WR Julian Edelman (hand), DL Justin Francis (ankle), TE Aaron Hernandez (ankle), OL Logan Mankins (hip). Limited: CB Alfonzo Dennard (hamstring), CB Sterling Moore (knee), DL Kyle Love (knee) and Brandon Deaderick (ankle), OL Nick McDonald (shoulder), OL Sebastian Vollmer (back), RB Shane Vereen (foot).

Nick Underhill covers the Patriots for Follow him on Twitter @CBSPats or@nick_underhill.