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Ahmad Bradshaw sits out Giants practice

Ahmad Bradshaw will not be participating in practice on Wednesday due to a left knee sprain. His status for Sunday is in doubt.

Nick Laham

New York Giants running back Ahmad Bradshaw will not be participating in practice on Wednesday due to a sprained left knee, according to head coach Tom Coughlin.

As of Wednesday afternoon, Coughlin would not address whether Bradshaw would be available for Sunday's game against the Atlanta Falcons, citing Bradshaw's ability to push himself.

Bradshaw originally sustained the injury in the first quarter of Week 14's contest against the New Orleans Saints. Prior to the injury, the 26-year-old running back recorded six yards on three carries. After heading to the locker room for treatment, Bradshaw returned to the game. He finished the day with 33 yards on 11 attempts.

With Bradshaw's availability in question, Coughlin stated that David Wilson, Kregg Lumpkin and Ryan Torain will be prepared to played. Wilson is coming off a breakout performance where he recorded 100 yards rushing with two touchdowns on 13 carries, in addition to 227 kick-return yards.

Here is the Giants' complete Wednesday injury report:

Did Not Participate in Practice

CB Prince Amukamara (hamstring)
LB Michael Boley (back)
RB Ahmad Bradshaw (knee/foot)
WR Hakeem Nicks (knee)
DE Jason Pierre-Paul (back)
S Kenny Phillips (knee)
S Tyler Sash (hamstring)