Found June 11, 2013 on Overtime:
According to ESPN’s Adam Schefter former New York Giants running back Ahmad Bradshaw has signed a one-year deal with the Colts. The veteran running back will join a team of unproven backs highlighted by second-year back Vick Ballard. Bradshaw who finished last year with just over 1,000 yards rushing and six touchdowns adds even more to the team then just that. Bradshaw maybe the best pass blocking back in the league something that Andrew Luck should be thankful for as the Colts allowed 41 sacks last season. I expect those numbers to drops significantly. Between Bradshaw and Ballard the Colts will have a nice one-two punch in their backfield. The post Colts Sign RB Ahmad Bradshaw appeared first on Overtime.
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