Giants running back Ahmad Bradshaw had a slightly unusual practice schedule this week, working Wednesday and Thursday before taking Friday off to rest his sore feet. But at Saturday’s walk-through, Giants coach Tom Coughlin said Bradshaw is good to go for the Super Bowl.
“He looked fine, no soreness, nothing you could notice,” Coughlin told pool reporter Jason Cole.
The Giants did 10 minutes of special teams work, then did offense and defense, with David Carr running the scout team offense for the Giants’ defense, playing the part of Tom Brady for the last time this week.
Coughlin said a team meeting tonight will include a highlight video that will help them get in the right frame of mind, and then the mandate for the players is to relax and stay off their feet until it’s time to leave for the stadium on Sunday afternoon.