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Giants running back Ahmad Bradshaw skipped most practices during the season to rest his sore feet, but in Super Bowl week he’s practicing every day, and looking good. Peter King, the pool reporter inside the Giants’ practice passes along word that Bradshaw was on the field for the second day in a row and had…
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New York Giants running back Ahmad Bradshaw will practice for the second straight day on Thursday. He indicated that he feels good after Wednesday’s practice.
“I was feeling great,” Bradshaw said on Thursday. “I’ve been stuck in this hotel for a couple of days and I was just ready to get out there and move around. I was able to feel good yesterday and jump out there and...
Ahmad Bradshaw was going a little stir crazy, stuck in the Giants’ team hotel on Monday and Tuesday. So when time came to practice on Wednesday, he decided he was tired of sitting. He just wanted to get up and run around. “I was feeling great,” Bradshaw said on Thursday. “I’ve been stuck ...
It sounds like it was absolutely nothing to worry about, but it’s Super Bowl week and nothing is really “nothing.” Earlier today, while running a drill during Giants’ practice, Ahmad Bradshaw fell. Then he got up. That was the biggest news at the Giants’ practice earlier Thursday at the ...
New York Giants running back Ahmad Bradshaw practiced on a limited basis Wednesday.
It marked the first time in weeks that Bradshaw has practiced on a Wednesday. He missed four games earlier in the season with a broken bone in his foot, including a 24-20 win at the New England Patriots.
Bradshaw rushed for only 659 yards this season after amassing 1,235 yards in 2010.
He has 20...
Running back Ahmad Bradshaw has missed the New York Giants' Super Bowl practice because of a sore right foot.
Coach Tom Coughlin listed Bradshaw as probable for Sunday's game, but said Friday he expects him to play.
Bradshaw has a broken bone in his right foot and it was sore after two days of practice at the University of Indianapolis' practice bubble. He has dealt...
NFL writer Peter King was chosen as the pool reporter for New York's Super Bowl XLVI practices by the Pro Football Writers of America. Here is his report from Wednesday's session:
Running back Ahmad Bradshaw and linebacker Jacquian Williams, benefiting from extra time for foot injuries to heal during the Giants' bye week, ran well and practiced during New York's...
Running back Ahmad Bradshaw practiced for a second straight day and three other players were allowed to practice without restrictions as the New York Giants completed their second workout in Indiana in preparation for the Super Bowl on Thursday.
Ahmad Bradshaw's foot was "a little sore" after practicing for two straight days, so the Giants kept him out of practice on Friday.
Giants running back Ahmad Bradshaw practiced on a limited basis Wednesday and according to the pool report ran well in New York's first Super Bowl practice since landing in Indianapolis.
Giants running backs Ahmad Bradshaw and linebacker Jacquian Williams are back at it in practice, fighting through their injuries. Pool Reporter Peter King gives us an update on what's going on at Patriots practice.
The Giants had perfect attendance for their first Super Bowl practice in Indiana. Running back Ahmad Bradshaw, linebacker Jacquian Williams and receiver Hakeem Nicks worked on a limited basis Wednesday.
INDIANAPOLIS — Giants running backs coach Jerald Ingram was trying to describe the kind of pain Ahmad Bradshaw endures from his injured feet. “For the average person who stubbed their toe on the bed, he feels that way all day long,” Ingram said.
That’s why it was a good sign...
Hakeem Nicks, Osi Umenyiora, Corey Webster, Jacquian Williams are also limited
More than 7,000 fans paid good money to sit and watch reporters ask NFL players questions yesterday.
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Oh, and I was one of them.
For the first time ever the NFL opened up media day to paying customers. Fans could pay tickets for $25 face to come sit in the lower level of Lucas Oil Stadium while reporters flocked around NFL players to ask them banal questions...
The New York Giants are ready to face the New England Patriots in the Super Bowl and coach Tom Coughlin expects to have his full team ready to go in Sunday's game. In his final news conference before the game, Coughlin said Friday that running back Ahmad Bradshaw is expected to practice for a third straight day and every player on his 53-man squad wants to play.