Indianapolis Colts running back Ahmad Bradshaw isn't giving up on playing again.
He's on injured reserve after undergoing neck surgery, but has set his sights on playing in 2014.
“I feel like I might be able to play if I could,” Bradshaw told the Indianapolis Star “I feel great coming out of surgery. I just feel like I needed it. [The doctors] said they took that bulging disc off my spinal cord and my blood pressure and everything just dropped. There was a lot of stress and everything built up in my body from that. That being the biggest nerve in your body, it was pretty serious. But I feel good now.”
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