Ahmad Bradshaw was just one of numerous Giants to undergo surgery since the conclusion of the 2010 season, and now he is the latest to express optimism in his recovery.
In speaking with Zach Berman of the Newark Star Ledger yesterday, Bradshaw alluded to just how good he felt.
Bradshaw said he can "fly" after ankle surgery in Feb.
This is not to say that Bradshaw's Ankles are prepared for the beating of a full NFL season, but it is good to hear that his recovery is going well.
My phys. trainer: "Wow, Ramses your ankle looks really good. You're definitely ahead of schedule." So hungry for this season it ain't funny
Barden was expected to take on more of a significant role in 2010 but a serious ankle injury presented him from doing so. It is unfortunate that he suffered such a serious injury in a game in which he was playing exceptionally. One can only hope for a healthy 2011 for Barden.
Brady Case Underway
In what may turn out to be a defining day in the NFL, hearings on the anti-trust law suit filed by the NFL have begun. The primary focus of the case is the legality of the lockout and whether or not the NFLPA's decertification represents an abandonment of "good faith" bargaining.
For the betterment of the league, I hope that the players lose out in this hearing and that they are ultimately force back to the bargaining table. Without a collective bargaining agreement (which would come as a result of the players winning), the NFL would undergo serious changes that would harm its long term health.Ahmad Bradshaw, Football, New York, New York Giants, NFL, NFLPA, Ramses Barden, Tom Brady
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