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New York Giants running back Ahmad Bradshaw has guarantees that he will play when his team takes on the Philadelphia Eagles on Sunday Night Football. Bradshaw had missed the Giants’ previous game on Thursday Night Football against the Carolina Panthers, but he believes the extra rest will give him enough time to overcome his neck injury.
Yet while Bradshaw has guaranteed that he will play, it is unknown as to how the Giants will proceed in their backfield following the break out performance by Andre Brown in New York’s dominating 36-7 victory over Carolina last week.
Bradshaw entered the 2012 NFL season as the unquestioned starting running back for the Giants, although it was expected that rookie first round draft pick David Wilson would serve as the change of pace back to spell Bradshaw and receive some carries and catch some passes out of the backfield.
But through the first few games, between fumbles and inconsistencies, Giants head coach Tom Coughlin has demonstrated that he has...
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According to Ralph Vacchiano of the New York Daily News, running back Ahmad Bradshaw has been medically cleared to return to practice after missing last week’s game with a sprained neck.
Bradshaw is expected to take over his starting job with Andre Brown likely getting a good amount of carries as well.
Before Bradshaw got injured he wasn’t running the ball the way Brown has been...
New York Giants running back Ahmad Bradshaw (neck) said, "You can guarantee I'll be out there fighting with my team," according to Paul Schwartz of the New York Post.Fantasy Spin:It appears Bradshaw is sure he'll be in uniform on Sunday night, but we're not sure of the distribution between Bradshaw and Andre Brown who excelled in Carolina last week.
New York Giants running back Ahmad Bradshaw (neck) has been cleared to return to practice by team doctors, according to Ralph Vacchiano of the New York Daily News.Fantasy Spin:Bradshaw's status for Sunday's game against the Eagles is still up in the air. We'll have to see how he feels after practicing this week.
The fight for the Giants starting running back spot has all the makings of a great boxing fight. It’s the Pacquiao-Mayweather fight of the Giants organization but this fight is actually happening.
In the red corner stands Ahmad Bradshaw, who has been the Giants starting running back since 2008. He is the defending champion and “title holder” if you will.
In the blue corner...
Giants running back Ahmad Bradshaw has been cleared to practice this week and is expected to return as the team's starter, according to a New York Daily News report. This pushes fill-in Andre Brown, who ran for 113 yards and two touchdowns last Thursday against the Carolina Panthers, back to the bench. Also, wide receiver Hakeem Nicks told the paper that he'll "definitely...
New York Giants running back Ahmad Bradshaw will return to the starting lineup on Sunday against Philadelphia, according to ESPN New York.
Bradshaw sat out last Thursday's game in Carolina with a neck injury. He suffered the injury early in week 2 against Tampa Bay.
Bradshaw could be eased back in with fellow running back Andre Brown coming off a career game. Brown rushed...
As the New York Giants continue to deal with a bunch of injuries, the good news is that running back Ahmad Bradshaw (neck), wide receiver Hakeem Nicks (foot), and cornerback Michael Coe (hamstring) were back at practice today.
Bradshaw did mentioned that his neck feels great, but it could flare up again at any time.
There’s no doubt in my mind that both Nicks and Coe will play...
Call it thunder and lightning. Call it the starter and the back-up. Call it a timeshare, platoon, backfield by committee or change of pace. Call it whatever you want. All that is known is that the New York Giants said that Ahmad Bradshaw will return as the starting running back when they face the Philadelphia Eagles on Sunday Night Football.
That means that Andre Brown will not remain...
After three well deserved days off, the New York Giants returned to practice on Monday. Unfortunately, for eight players their mini-vacations continued for a variety of different reasons. Included in those that were not participating in the portion of practice open to the media were running back Ahmad Bradshaw (neck), wide receiver Hakeem Nicks (foot) and offensive lineman David...