Found April 26, 2013 on NFL Trade Rumors:
Pro Football Talk reports that the a league source has informed them that free agent RB Ahmad Bradshaw has received full medical clearance and can now resume all football activities. Bradshaw, 27, underwent surgery on his foot earlier this offseason, which has limited his ability to work out for NFL teams since free agency opened. Steelers GM Kevin Colbert told PFT this week that they expect to reconsider the idea of signing Bradshaw in the coming weeks. Pittsburgh has already brought him in for a visit and another is expected to be lined up at some point in the near future. The Packers and Jets have also been linked to Bradshaw since he was released by the Giants, so there’s a chance his limited market could pick up following the draft.   The post Steelers Still Interested In RB Ahmad Bradshaw appeared first on NFL Trade Rumors -.
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