Found June 09, 2013 on FF Locker Room:
Unrestricted free agent, Ahmad Bradshaw, made a visit to the Indianapolis Colts this past Thursday. And by all reports, the Colts liked what they saw and were trying to hash out a contract for Bradshaw to join the team. A day later we hear that the negotiating has hit a “stale mate” and that both sides are waiting for the other to jump. Before the Colts called on Bradshaw to come in, his market was at a standstill. And while Ahmad Bradshaw would easily be the best running back on the Colts roster if signed, his injury history is keeping him in check. Personally, I want this to happen so bad. Ahmad would be perfect for the Colts if healthy. And heck, even at 75%, he’s still probably better than Vic Ballard and is surely better than Donald Brown and Delone Carter. Bradshaw is excellent in pass protection, can run with authority and is extremely adept at catching out of the backfield. There is no player like that on Indianapolis’ depth chart at the moment. If signed, it would likely me...
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