Ahmad Bradshaw Injury Update: Foot 'Sore' For Giants Running Back

The foot injury that Ahmad Bradshaw suffered against the Dolphins on Sunday doesn't appear to be terribly serious. The Giants running back left during the game to get X-rays in the locker room, but the X-Rays were negative.

Bradshaw got his foot taped and returned to the game. He finished with 13 carries for 50 yards in the Giants 20-17 victory against winless Miami.

After the game, Bradshaw said that his foot is "just sore right now." (via New York Daily News' Ebenezer Samuel)

Bradshaw: Well I got a screw in my right fifth metatarsal, maybe three years ago. I think just the head of it is aggravating right now.
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Bradshaw has been the Giants most productive running back this season and New York would struggled to replace Bradshaw's production. Collectively, the Giants have been one of the worst-rushing teams in the NFL this season.

Check out Ahmad Bradshaw's Fantasy Football report on our Fantasy Football Week 8 StoryStream. For more information on the New York Giants head on over to our Giants blog Big Blue View. For more on the Ahmad Bradshaw Injury, and the latest news and updates from around the league, check out SB Nation's comprehensive NFL Week 8 StoryStream.

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