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NFL Injury Report:
The Pittsburgh Steelers are not the only AFC North team that’s
interested in New York Giants free agent running back Ahmad Bradshaw, as Pro Football Talk reports the Cincinnati Bengals are also eyeing the veteran.
Bengals have expressed interest in RB Ahmad Bradshaw; a visit could occur in the next week or two.
— ProFootballTalk (@ProFootballTalk) April 10, 2013
The Bengals are reportedly searching for a change of pace running back to pair with bruiser BenJarvus Green-Ellis. Bradshaw could qualify and provide the team with another option out of the backfield.
However, as dependable as Green-Ellis has been over the years, Bradshaw has been nearly the opposite. He's dealt with injuries -- specifically to his feet -- over the past several years which have limited his playing time with the Giants.
Bradshaw recently visited with the Pittsburgh Steelers, who continue to express interest in the free agent. The concern is how with Bradshaw's surgically repaired feet hold up going forward. When he's been healthy, Bradshaw has been productive in the NFL. The issue has been keeping him on the field.
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