After practicing the first two days of the New York Giants' work week at Super Bowl XLVI, running back Ahmad Bradshaw was held out of Friday's practice because his injured right foot "was a little sore,'' coach Tom Coughlin said.
"But he's okay,'' Coughlin said after the Giants' 70-minute afternoon practice at the University of Indianapolis' practice bubble. "He'll be ready. He'll be listed as probable. In fact, I don't believe we'll have anyone listed as questionable for the game.''
Running backs Brandon Jacobs and D.J. Ware took the repetitions against the Giants' scout team, simulating the Patriots, during Friday's padless drills; the players wore shorts and helmets. Bradshaw was present, and dressed, but did nothing besides stretch. Coughlin didn't seem concerned about Bradshaw's absence because, as he said, "He got in two good days of work prior to this. He's prepared."
The Giants, as Coughlin said, listed six players as probable. Aside from Bradshaw, defensive Osi Umenyiora...