Bradshaw declared himself healthy Tuesday and ready for whatever the team asks him to do next season. "I got the stem cell injection on my right foot that I refractured and it feels great," Bradshaw said. "I feel like I can come out this next season and be ready for whatever they give me." Reported by the New York Post
With the recent release of Brandon Jacobs, the Giants may need to depend on Bradshaw to produce like he did in 2010, when he had a career-high 276 carries and 1,235 yards. Bradshaw was limited to 171 carries and 659 yards in 12 games this season due to a stress fracture in his right foot. "I picture my role to be just like [it was in 2010]," Bradshaw said. Bradshaw, who has spent the majority of his Giants career splitting carries with Jacobs, said he knew the team was going to release the bruising back, but will miss his running mate anyway. "I kind of knew it before because I talk to [Jacobs] all of the time," Bradshaw said. "If he leaves I’ll miss him. He’s been established [in New York] for seven years, so I wouldn’t want him to leave for nothing."