Ahmad Bradshaw RB IND Aug 24 '788 Comments

Ahmad Bradshaw will undergo a "battery of tests" over the next two days.

Bradshaw's neck X-rays reportedly came back negative, but he's not done yet. He'll likely undergo an MRI on the area and we can be sure doctors will also take a look at his troublesome foot. "He'll probably have every test known to man here in the next couple of days," coach Tom Coughlin said. Bradshaw should be fine when the Giants come out of their bye, but his workload will still be monitored.

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redseal14 Aug 25 '78

This guy is a freaking bum

djm180 Aug 25 '78

He's done for the season as far as Fantasy Football goes. I straight up cut him.

Riggs44R Aug 24 '78

"Bradshaw should be fine".... with Andre Brown outperforming him!! Hahaaa

Skills Aug 26 '78

Bradshaw is undoubtedely the better overall back when healthy. Hopefully whatever ails him gets fixed during this bye week. So then, brown can stop vulchering short yardage TD's!

Riggs44R Aug 26 '78

nah, he's not. He's beat up, all the perts say he runs like a guy who is 29 or 30 years old. His body can't take the pounding and has a continuous foot issue

Skills Aug 26 '78

I don't think his issue has been his foot more recently but as I said, when healthy, Bradshaw is the better back. Brown has had good fill ins but mostly against bad defenses. I will agree that Bradshaw needs to get his ass healthy and when he has somewhat been, he has shown what I'm talking about. He's also the better blocking back out of the 2, especially for pass coverage so I doubt you see brown surplant him unless bradshaws injury continues to hold him back.

Riggs44R Aug 26 '78

That's the thing, Bradshaw will continue to have his body let him down. Again, Perts/scouts who know the game, said Bradshaw runs like an old old back who is on his last legs, hence Brown coming in and outperforming him. Bad defenses or not, there are only NFL teams on their schedule.

Oh and read what this article says! Really READ it! "doctors will also take a look at his TROUBLESOME FOOT."

Ponzi Aug 30 '78

Being able to stay healthy is a talent in the NFL just as much as being able to run a 4.4 40 at 220 for a running back. So his health should be taken into account for his skill level.