Posted February 01, 2012 on
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.

Giants have everyone on field for practice Wed.

The New York Giants had perfect attendance for their first Super Bowl practice in Indiana. Running back Ahmad Bradshaw, linebacker Jacquian Williams and receiver Hakeem Nicks all worked on a limited basis Wednesday at the University of Indianapolis Bradshaw, who has been restricted to one practice a week with a broken bone in his right foot, was a surprise participant. Coach Tom...

Bradshaw practices, Gronk sits

Tom Coughlin said this morning that Ahmad Bradshaw would be the only Giants not practicing today. He was wrong. But in a good way.

Giants' Ahmad Bradshaw participates in practice after all

Hakeem Nicks, Osi Umenyiora, Corey Webster, Jacquian Williams are also limited

Ahead of Super Bowl XLVI, Giants healthier than they've been all season

Ahmad Bradshaw held out of practice with sore foot, but Tom Coughlin says he's 'OK'

Giants' Bradshaw back at 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.

Bradshaw, Manning looking good at Giants practice

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…

Foot injury can’t stop Ahmad

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...

Tanier's odd trip through Indy

Mike Tanier, writing for Football Outsiders, tells us of his strange journey through Indianapolis including a Hunter Smith appearance, Peter King's tweet-up and taking some time to do something other writers skipped: I am on a different schedule from the rest of the media. While everyone else was at the Bill Belichick press conference and the Patriots media availability, I was...

Bradshaw on the new, mobile Manning: “Get down Eli!”

Eli Manning will never be mistaken for Michael Vick, but he’s noticeably improved at buying time in the pocket before throwing passes. He’s even been able to convert more first downs with his legs. PFT asked Ahmad Bradshaw for his reaction when he sees Manning take off on film. “He’s had a lot of runs…

Half-dozen keys from Giants’ Week 9 win over Pats — and why they matter for Super Bowl showdown

1. The running attacks In a game that features two of the most prolific passing attacks in the NFL, the running game could be the difference. Despite being without the injured Ahmad Bradshaw (as well as fellow offensieve starters receiver Hakeem Nicks, center David Baas and fullback Henry Hynoski) in...

Bradshaw "a little sore," but ready for Super Bowl XLVI

Here's the complete pool report from Friday's Giants practice, their final full workout of the season, as filed by Peter King of Sports Illustrated (and a former Giants beat writer for Newsday as well):

Giants expect to have full roster (AP)

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.

Hoosiers Love Football: 7000+ Fans Attend NFL Media Day

More than 7,000 fans paid good money to sit and watch reporters ask NFL players questions yesterday. I don't get it. 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...

Tweet Up Tonight/Podcast Interview

Two bits of news: First, come out to Scotty's tonight for the Peter King Tweet Up. Please drop by and say hi as Colts Authoirty readers and writers will be congregating. Show up and tweet at me, and I'll shout you over. Second, check out my interview at It's Boris Diaw Time. I talk to host Jonathan Landrum about a wide variety of Colts and Pacers related topics.
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