Ahmad Bradshaw injury: Giants RB says he's ready to play

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Ahmad Bradshaw said during a radio interview Tuesday that he will play on Sunday night against the Philadelphia Eagles.

New York Giants running back Ahmad Bradshaw guaranteed he would play in Sunday night's game against the Philadelphia Eagles during an interview with ESPN Radio New York on Tuesday.

Bradshaw was forced to miss Thursday night's game against the Carolina Panthers because of a neck injury he sustained during the team's Week 2 meeting with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. With Bradshaw out, journeyman running back Andre Brown made the most of the opportunity by collecting 113 rushing yards on 20 carries in addition to two touchdowns (he also added 17 receiving yards on three receptions).

Despite Brown's performance, Bradshaw does not anticipate his role to change at all. Via the twitter feed of Ralph Vacchiano:

"I still have the same role I have since I got hurt ... even though Andre Brown had a great game last week."

This story was originally published at SB Nation.

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