New York Giants running back Ahmad Bradshaw is wearing a protective boot on his left ankle and might not make the trip to Denver for the Giants’ Thanksgiving game against the Denver Broncos.
Giants coach Tom Coughlin would say only “We’ll see” when asked whether Bradshaw can play this week.
Bradshaw, who is second on the team with 115 carries for 549 yards and first on the team with four rushing touchdowns, previously suffered a broken bone in his right foot.
Starting running back Brandon Jacobs says he feels fine and will be ready to go on Thursday. If Bradshaw can’t go, backup Danny Ware may get more carries.