Bradshaw lands on PUP list for Colts

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The same foot injury that delayed running back Ahmad Bradshaw’s free-agency tour apparently will now delay his official debut with his new team.

The Colts have placed Bradshaw on the physically unable to perform list as camp opens.  He won’t count against the 90-man roster, and he can make the jump to the active roster at any time.

The Colts also placed safety Josh Boyett on the non-football injury list.  A sixth-round pick in the 2013 draft, Boyett played college football at Oregon.

The Colts don’t hold their first training-camp practice until Sunday, so both players have time to get to the active roster without missing any practices.

Bradshaw, who rushed for 1,015 yards in 14 games last year, will if healthy beef up a running game that ultimately featured rookie Vick Ballard in 2012.

14 responses to “Bradshaw lands on PUP list for Colts

  1. Dude is never healthy ….would have looked good in the green and white uniform tho.

  2. Fly: “Epic Fail? Typical Colts front office signing?” I guess you’re referring to the same typical front office that drafted off the charts last and then went to the playoffs with virtually a new roster? I’ll take that kind of “Epic Fail” every year.

  3. Bradshaw has not practiced more then once a what they eek during the past 3 seasons. With that being said, he always seems prepared and ready on gameday. The Colts knew exactly were doing. He will be ready come week 1.

  4. Thats why Bucs didnt go after him hillis is not the real #40 until he hits a redskin then bounces off and scores a td thats the real #40 but how they forget is major fumblems go Hillis

  5. I’d call this a smart move.

    We’ve got a tough decision coming up on whether to keep D. Brown or D. Carter so putting Bradshaw on the PUP should allow them plenty of opportunities to make their respective cases for the spot behind Ahmad and Vick.

    Besides, we already know AB is going to tear it UP this season for the Blue Shoes.

    Go COLTS!!!

  6. He needs to be careful and make sure to practice more than he did with the gints, or he may find himself cut. He doesn’t have that built up trust with Pagano like he did with Coughlin.

  7. He did an excellent job for the Giants, even when hurting. I don’t know if he’s reached his ‘over the hill’ point yet, but I am sorry to see him go from NY. If he’s got anything left in the tank, he’ll give you all he’s got.

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