Ahmad Bradshaw held out of Giants practice: Fantasy implications

Jim O'Connor-US PRESSWIRE

New York Giants running back Ahmad Bradshaw (foot) was held out of practice on Thursday. We break down the fantasy implications.

New York Giants running back Ahmad Bradshaw was held out of practice on Thursday because of a foot injury. Coach Tom Coughlin had said that Bradshaw might do a little in practice but the veteran running back was instead seen riding stationary bikes.

In addition to his normal duties, Bradshaw will likely resume his duties near the end zone now that Andre Brown is out for the season with a broken leg. David Wilson, the team's first-round draft pick from Virginia Tech, will be New York's No. 2 running back against the Washington Redskins on Monday.

Fantasy Impact: This is not a big concern for Bradshaw owners, who have seen him routinely miss practice early in the week. Bradshaw has only missed one game this season and that was in Week 3.

Bradshaw remains a solid No. 2 fantasy running back in all formats, while Wilson is not worth starting until it's clear how he will be used in the offense.

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