As expected, Tom Brady underwent surgery to repair the stress fracture in his right foot Thursday afternoon at Massachusetts General Hospital. According to CSNNE.com's Tom Curran, Brady had a "screw inserted to help heal chronic stress fracture of the navicular bone in right foot."
NFL Network's Albert Breer confirmed that the surgery is complete and that Brady is expected to undergo three months of rehab, likely in California, the same place he worked out after his knee surgery in 2008 and 2009. Although, Brady is likely try to come back sooner than that.
From an earlier report by ESPN's medical analyst Dr. Michael Kaplan:
"[Stress fractures are] hard to heal and what they're going to do is a little operation where they put a pin or screw across the break, sometimes put a little bone graft to augment the healing. And this will go ahead and be fine. It'll take four or five months to fully heal. He should be back for summer camp."
Brady won't be 100 percent for 3-4 months, but assuming all went well with the surgery, is expected to be ready in time for training camp.