Free agent running back Ahmad Bradshaw has drawn interest from several teams -- including the Pittsburgh Steelers and Cincinnati Bengals -- but he's remained unsigned in part due to concerns surrounding his health. Bradshaw may be a bit more attractive to potential suitors now, as he's received full medical clearance to resume all football-related activities, according to Pro Football Talk.
PFT has learned from a league source that running back Ahmad
Bradshaw has received full medical clearance to resume all football
activities after having surgery on his troublesome foot earlier in the
Bradshaw has battled foot injuries over the past several seasons that have limited his playing time and production. These ailments have kept him from working out for interested teams.
Since Bradshaw didn't sign before the NFL Draft, he'll have to wait out the weekend to see if teams are able to fill their needs. No running backs were taken in the first round, but the Steelers and Bengals have at least six more chances to pick one up before all is said and done. If neither are able to do so, they could revisit Bradshaw, who's spent the past several seasons with the New York Giants.
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