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Pro Sports Daily:
The NFL required the Indianapolis Colts to add veteran running back Ahmad Bradshaw to the active roster after he participated in a walk-through Aug. 4 according to a league spokesman.
Players on the physically unable to perform list are not allowed to participate in any practice sessions with their teammates even walk-throughs. They are limited to working with trainers and the rehabilitation staff until they gain medical clearance to practice. Bradshaw’s participation — described as mental reps by the Colts — was deemed a violation of league rules.
Bradshaw 27 signed a one-year contract with the Colts in June after a six-year career with the New York Giants. He underwent surgery on his right foot in January and opened training camp on PUP while continuing his rehab work.
Bradshaw was expected to be activated either this week or next before the NFL intervened.
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Ahmad Bradshaw’s latest step on his return from foot surgery to the Indianapolis Colts’ backfield came with a nudge from the outside.
The veteran running back is on the active roster after spending the first two weeks of training camp on the physically unable to perform list. While the Colts might have activated Bradshaw this week the NFL made certain the transfer happened sooner...
The Indianapolis Colts have activated running back Ahmad Bradshaw and linebacker Pat Angerer from the physically unable to perform list.
Both are eligible to practice, though Bradshaw said Tuesday he would not play against the Giants, his former team, on Sunday night.
Indy signed Bradshaw in June after he had offseason surgery on his right foot. When training camp opened July 27...
The Indianapolis Colts activated running back Ahmad Bradshaw
from the active/physically unable to perform list on Monday. Yesterday, it was
reported by Ian Rapoport of NFL.com that the NFL forced Indianapolis to make
the transaction, as Bradshaw took handoffs during an Aug. 4 practice.
The NFL determined that Bradshaw’s participation in practice
was a violation of PUP rules...
Colts running back Ahmad Bradshaw (foot) says he "definitely" feels 100 percent, according to IndyStar.com, but coach Chuck Pagano said the team will bring him along slowly.Fantasy Spin:The NFL forced the Colts to activated Bradshaw from the active/PUP list Monday after it found out he briefly participated in a walk-through on Aug. 4. Bradshaw has dealt with foot issues...
The first step has technically started -- running back Ahmad Bradshaw being put on the active roster. The next step -- having Bradshaw and Vick Ballard share reps in the backfield -- is likely still days away.
But the vision is there.
Two running backs with contrasting styles complimenting quarterback Andrew Luck’s ability to sling the ball down the field.
One has home run...
The Colts have activated running back Ahmad Bradshaw from the active/PUP list.Fantasy Spin:It looks like Bradshaw has finally recovered from offseason foot surgery. That's bad news for Vick Ballard, who drops to No. 2 on the Colts' running back depth chart. If Bradshaw stays healthy, he should have a chance for his second straight 1,000-yard season.
Colts owner Jim Irsay showed some frustration on Twitter following the Colts loss to the Bills in this year’s first preseason game. He’s caught some flak in the media and from fans, but as far as I’m concerned it’s a good thing. It’s time to take the training wheels off, build depth, and become a truly well-rounded team. It’s time for legitimate new success.
The Indianapolis Colts have gotten the message. Their owner cares how they look in the preseason, and he expects a better showing Sunday night in New York against the Giants.
One day after Jim Irsay apologized to fans on Twitter for what he described as a ''crap performance,'' coach Chuck Pagano promised the starters would play longer and the Colts would perform...
Injuries are forcing the Indianapolis Colts to improvise their tight-end friendly game plan.
On Wednesday, new offensive coordinator Pep Hamilton noted that with only two healthy tight ends on the roster - rookie Justice Cunningham and Dominique Jones - the Colts are trying different things. Offensive tackle Bradley Sowell has already worked a little bit at tight end, and other...
There has been talk around the NFL that Indianapolis Colts
tight end Coby Fleener is a candidate to take a big step forward this season.
However, the second-year pro’s step could be hampered by a concussion that
sidelined him at practice yesterday, according to Pro Football Talk.
At this point, Fleener is going through the NFL’s concussion
protocol. He’ll have to pass before...
Colts rookie TE and 2013 Mr. Irrelevant, Justice Cunningham(Photo: AP/Michael Conroy)
Colts fans…step away from the ledge. Or the bridge. Or the window. Or whatever it is you’re prepared to pummel to your death from. And remember one thing: it’s preseason. And it doesn’t matter. And you may just hurt yourself really, really badly. That’s three things. Sorry.
You want to...
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