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You can add another interested party to the mix for Ahmad Bradshaw.
According to Jeff Legwold of the Denver Post, the Denver Broncos have interest in former Giants running back Ahmad Bradshaw.
Bradshaw is still unsigned. When healthy, he is just the kind of hard-edged runner the Broncos want. But he just got out of a walking boot last month after surgery to insert a screw in his right foot to repair a fracture.
He had surgery in late January, and folks with the Giants, who released him Feb. 6, said at the time of the surgery that Bradshaw was looking at a 10-week recovery. But that injury/repair is always a concern over the long term with a running back.
Due to the injuries suffered to current Denver running backs Willis McGahee and Knowshon Moreno back in 2012, it comes as no shock that the Broncos would be looking to add more depth at the position.
Legwold said that the Broncos also had interest in former Steelers running back Rashard Mendenhall before he signed as a free agent wi...
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“I really apologize if Jag nation took offense to...
Cornerback Aaron Ross has returned to the team that drafted him in the New York Giants.
In the process, he seriously offended the Jacksonville Jaguars and their fanbase after they took him in for a season in the sun.
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