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Giants RB Ahmad Bradshaw mentioned that theres a chance he may not be back in New York next season.
Its a great opportunity to see these faces, said Bradshaw, in regards to his teammates, via ESPN New York. You never know whos gonna be back next season, including me.
Bradshaw, 26, totaled at least 1,000 yards for the second time in his career this season, but he has dealt with a number of injuries in recent years and the Giants used their first-round pick on RB David Wilson last year. On top of that, Bradshaw has a base salary of $3.75 million next season, so theres a chance that the team could look to move on.
Andre Brown looked pretty good this season as well, so a backfield that consists of he and Wilson is certainly a possibility.
Source: NFL Trade Rumors
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