New York Giants Injury Report: Ahmad Bradshaw Ruled Out Against Philadelphia Eagles

New York Giants running back Ahmad Bradshaw has been ruled out of Sunday's game against the Philadelphia Eagles.

Bradshaw, who cracked a bone in his foot during a Week 8 win against the Miami Dolphins, will miss his third straight game. He said Thursday that he will play next week against New Orleans, but coach Tom Coughlin said doctors have not yet cleared Bradshaw.

"I'm hoping. We're all hoping," Coughlin said. "We need to get him out there. He needs to do some things on the practice field. I know the medical people are not quite ready to turn him loose. When they do that, let's hope he can go out on the practice field for a limited amount of plays and be able to the next day come back out and do the same thing. Then we'll know he can go into a game and play and hopefully come out of the game (healthy)."    

Linebacker Michael Boley is doubtful for the Eagles game. Cornerback Prince Amukamara and defensive end Justin Tuck are questionable. Tackle Will Beatty, wide receivers Jerrel Jernigan and Mario Manningham, cornerback Aaron Ross and defensive end Osi Umenyiora are all probable.

-- See Bleeding Green Nation and SB Nation Philly for more about the Eagles. See Big Blue View for more about the Giants.

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