Giants running back Ahmad Bradshaw skipped most practices during the season to rest his sore feet, but in Super Bowl week he’s practicing every day, and looking good.
Peter King, the pool reporter inside the Giants’ practice passes along word that Bradshaw was on the field for the second day in a row and had an encouraging practice. Giants coach Tom Coughlin said that as far as he recalled Bradshaw hadn’t practiced on consecutive days all season, but Bradshaw was out there working for the second day in a row today. At one point Bradshaw tripped over another player’s foot but he popped up and was OK.
Also looking good was Eli Manning, who threw only one incompletion while running the first-string offense on the practice field today.
“We did fine,” Coughlin said. “The energy level, the enthusiasm, the excitement is all there, as it should be, as it was yesterday. They’re really excited to practice for the game. I think they’ve done very well. This was a good day of preparation.”
From all indications, the Giants are ready.