One of the New York Giants' nagging injury concerns heading into Sunday's Super Bowl XLVI matchup against the New England Patriots has been the health of running back Ahmad Bradshaw. For most of the second half of the season, he's been nursing a broken bone in his right foot and has mostly been limited to one practice a week. After practicing on Wednesday, though, he says he plans to practice on Thursday, according to the New York Daily News.
"I was feeling great," Bradshaw said on Thursday. "I’ve been stuck in this hotel for a couple of days and I was just ready to get out there and move around. I was able to feel good yesterday and jump out there and have a little fun, get the feeling of my legs up under me and get the feel of their defense.
"I had no setbacks," he added. "I’m not going to have any setbacks now."
Despite being severely limited by injury this year, Bradshaw still managed to 659 yards and score 11 touchdowns during the regular season. He's also rushed for 200 yards during the playoffs.
For more on Bradshaw's injury situation, be sure to check out Giants blog Big Blue View.