New York Giants running back Ahmad Bradshaw is aiming to return in time for training camp as he recovers from a fractured foot.
Bradshaw expects to miss all of minicamp and other team activities during the offseason, but told ESPN's Ohm Youngmisuk that he is feeling better following a procedure during which bone marrow was drawn from his hip and injected into his injured foot in an attempt to speed the healing process.
"I feel great," Bradshaw said at the opening of the NFL's pop-up store in Manhattan. "I got the injection in February. I feel tremendous after a month. Right now I have a lot of confidence that I will be able to just be a pound-for-pound back and just hold my own.
"I probably can (run now) but I am not going to try for two or three months more," he added. "I just want to rest as much as I can. By the time training camp comes, I want to practice every week and start the season off right."
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