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NFL Injury Report:
New York Giants running back Ahmad Bradshaw underwent
another surgery on his right foot, which has hampered him throughout his career,
according to Ralph Vacchiano of The New York Daily News.
“This is very well-needed,” Bradshaw said. “They said it was
something that I should have gotten last year. But you can’t look back at it
like that. I feel like I feel a little bit better after every surgery.”
Bradshaw was spotted with a boot on his foot, and the
running back told reporters that he underwent the procedure roughly 10 days
ago. During the surgery, he had a screw that was previously inserted into his
foot replaced with a larger one.
While Bradshaw said it was a procedure he should have
undergone last year at this time, his foot is feeling better since the surgery.
The foot gave the 26-year-old problems last season, as he was a constant on the
team’s injury report. He was even forced to miss the New York’s pivotal Week 15
loss to the Atlanta Falcons due to the injury.
Despite his lingering foot injury, Bradshaw still managed to
finish the season with 1,015 rushing yards and six touchdowns on 221 carries.
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New York Giants running back Ahmad Bradshaw recently underwent another foot procedure. I believe’ts it’s his third in roughly three or four years. It’s clear he’s breaking down and the Giants could decide to cut him instead of carrying his $3.75 million contract into the 2013 season, since they’re going to be over the salary cap heading into the new league year.
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