Will Yoder
Saturday December 3rd, 2011

New York Giants running back Ahmad Bradshaw returned to the practice fields today and may participate in Sunday’s game against the Green Bay Packers, according to the Associated Press.

Bradshaw broke a bone in his right foot last month against the Miami Dolphins and has been sidelined since.  He is optimistic about his chances to play on Sunday but head coach Tom Coughlin remains cautious.  Doctors have yet to clear the running back to play in the game. The Giants currently rank last in the league in rushing yards, averaging 83.2 yards.  They could use the help of the fifth-year veteran who has 2,998 rushing yards and 22 touchdowns through his career.

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