Giants running back Ahmad Bradshaw had an MRI on his knee after injuring it against the Saints last weekend and it shows that Bradshaw has a sprain.
Throw that on top of the foot and neck injuries that Bradshaw’s been dealing with all season and you start to wonder how much he’ll be able to stand before he won’t be able to answer the bell on Sunday. Coach Tom Coughlin was asked about Bradshaw’s chances of playing and passed on the chance to give any odds on the chances that Bradshaw will be in the lineup.
“I am not going to speculate — because of the toughness of this young man — on how long it would be,” Coughlin said, via ESPNNewYork.com. “He is very positive about it and definitely wants to get back as fast as he can. I am not going to rule him out of anything. I am not going to talk about the percentages or anything like that. You can speculate on that knowing full well what the injury is.”
Bradshaw didn’t practice Wednesday, although it is hard to read much into that given the limited practice schedule he’s had in place for most of the season. If he can’t go, rookie David Wilson will have a chance to build on his three touchdowns against New Orleans.