On Friday, free-agent running back Ahmad Bradshaw received full clearance to resume football activities.
On Friday and Saturday, all teams that had interest in Bradshaw filled their needs via draft picks.
The interested teams were the Steelers, Packers, Broncos, and Bengals. And those four teams added a total of seven running backs in the last two days.
The Steelers selected Le’Veon Bell in round two. The Packers picked Eddie Lacy in round two and Johnathan Franklin in round four. The Broncos picked Montee Ball in round two. And the Bengals added Giovani Bernard in the second round, and Rex Burkhead in the sixth round.
The Steelers also signed former Cardinals running back La’Rod Stephens-Howling as a free agent on Friday.
So, basically, Bradshaw will likely have to wait for options to arise elsewhere. The good news is that injuries are inevitable, and eventually someone will need to give Bradshaw a call.