Found November 17, 2011 on Giants Kickoff:

Ahmad Bradshaw InjuryNew York Giants RB Ahmad Bradshaw is doubtful week 11 vs the Philadelphia Eagles with his ongoing foot injury.

A team source reported to the New Jersey Star Ledger that his chances of playing do not look good despite some positive signs of improvement on his fractured foot. This is a big blow to New York, the team has been lacking a consistent rushing attack all season while their offensive line gets in sync and healthy.

Brandon Jacobs will most likely start week 11 but you can expect running back DJ Ware to see significant playing time if Bradshaw indeed cannot go.

Ware played important minutes against the San Francisco 49ers and was impressive in his limited time while Jacobs started strong he faded during the game forcing coach Tom Coughlin to make the mobve to the younger and more elusive RB.

As of now do not expect Ahmad Bradshaw to suit up Sunday night against the Philadelphia Eagles. He did not participate in practice on Wednesday we will keep you posted if any changes to his injury status comes up.


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The Eagles aren’t the only team on Sunday Night Football this week dealing with a fresh wave of injuries. The Giants are expected to be without linebacker Michael Boley, according to Ralph Vacchiano of the New York Daily News.  Running back Ahmad Bradshaw is expected to miss his third straight game according to Mike Garafolo…

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