Ahmad Bradshaw: New York Giants Running Back Undergoes Foot 'Procedure'

New York Giants running back Ahmad Bradshaw has reportedly undergone a non-surgical procedure aimed at promoting the healing of a stress fracture in his right foot. Bradshaw missed four games in 2011 due to the injury.

This might just be more evidence of why the Giants need to think about supplementing the running back position via free agency or the draft before the 2012 season.

Bradshaw has undergone several surgeries on his feet and ankles in recent seasons, and his long-term durability has to be a question mark. In addition, there is still speculation that the Giants will release Bradshaw’s running mate, Brandon Jacobs, if the two sides cannot agree to a re-structured contact that would clear salary cap room for New York.

Bradshaw, who turns 26 on March 19, is entering the second season of a four-year, $17 million contract that includes $2.5 million guaranteedfor the 2012 season.

— See Big Blue View for more about the Giants

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