Ahmad Bradshaw is back with the Indianapolis Colts, 11 months after his 2014 season was ended by a broken leg.
According to Colts owner Jim Irsay, Bradshaw signed a contract on Wednesday to rejoin the team where he has spent the last two seasons. He only played three games in 2013 because of a neck injury and was limited to 10 last year, but has given the team strong production when he's healthy. In his 13 games, he has gained 611 yards at 4.7 yards a carry, and scored four times.
Bradshaw signed a one-year deal, according to Adam Schefter of ESPN.
He's also a good receiver out of the backfield, leading all running backs last season with six touchdown receptions despite his injury. However, that was a bit fluky, as he had only caught three touchdown passes in the first seven years of his career.
Bradshaw's career has also been plagued by injuries, mainly to his lower legs. He has only played 16 games once in his eight years, and that was five years ago for the New York Giants.
This season, he'll be teamed up with Frank Gore, who is having a decent season, but hasn't been explosive and has had to carry the entire running game. The Colts' ground game is averaging 92 yards per contest, which ranks just 24th in the NFL.
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