New York Giants running back Ahmad Bradshaw suffered a neck injury after a collision in week two against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers that forced him to leave the game, and miss the following match-up against the Panthers. His injury opened the door for Andre Brown who impressed averaging 5.5 yards per carry.
After meeting with team physicians on Monday and having exams done at the Hospital for Special Surgery in New York, Bradshaw has been cleared to return to practice and will likely play in Sunday nights game against the division rival Philadelphia Eagles. Bradshaw tweeted the good news Monday afternoon…
“Great news! Thanks everyone for ur thoughts and prayers. But u dnt understand, I'm Ready to rock.”
It is unknown what type of role Bradshaw will play in the game or how much of a workload he will resume, especially after Brown's solid play in his absence. Some are speculating he will be worked into the offense slowly as a change of pace back but he will eventually return to being the starter.
The next Giants' practice will be held on Wednesday after a day off. If the coaches feel Bradshaw's neck is healthy enough, he will suit up on Sunday night.
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