New York Giants head coach Tom Coughlin was non-committal Monday when asked if running back Ahmad Bradshaw, who has missed the last two games with a cracked bone in his foot, would play Sunday against the Philadelphia Eagles.
“We’ll see. There is no sense speculating,” Coughlin said. “He’s going to have to go out and practice and he’s certainly had a couple of good, solid weeks of rest and hopefully he’ll be able to do some things. Probably won’t know until we get him out there.”
Bradshaw suffered the injury in a game against the Miami Dolphins three weeks ago, and has not played since. In his absence Brandon Jacobs has carried the bulk of the rushing load for the Giants, carrying the ball 18 times in each of the past two games.
Bradshaw still leads the Giants in rushing with 440 yards in seven games.
So, we just have to wait and see if Bradshaw can get out on the practice field this week.