Biggs: Bradshaw says both feet could be broken
Brandon Jacobs is already headed for arthroscopic knee surgery this coming week, and now New York Giants running back Ahmad Bradshaw says he believes he has been playing on not one fractured foot but two fractured feet, according to Jenny Vrentas of the Newark Star-Ledger.
It’s no wonder Big Blue’s running game hasn’t been what it was cracked up to be.
Bradshaw is listed as questionable for the team’s regular-season finale Sunday at Minnesota, and at there is no point in playing him.
“They know exactly what I’m going through,” the Bradshaw said. “Running backs take a lot of beating. But my style of running, just being able to be elusive and get away from people, is kind of hard on broken feet.”
Bradshaw said he has the same pain in his left foot as he does in the right foot, that he knows is broken. He is scheduled to have a screw inserted in his right foot next week, and have bone spurs removed from his right ankle. If there proves to be something wrong with his left foot, it will be taken care of too.
“I really can’t blame (anything) on my injuries, because I still got out there and did it every week and played,” Bradshaw said. “A lot of things could have been a lot easier, I could say, with better feet. But I just had to fight through it, and like I said, I can’t blame it on the injuries. But I feel it could have been a 10 times better year with better feet.”
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