Giants running back Ahmad Bradshaw was back at practice on a limited basis on Thursday and declared himself ready to take on the Redskins on Sunday.
“I feel good, man. No setbacks and I’m ready to go,” said Bradshaw, who is New York’s leading rusher with 449 yards on 92 carries.
He explained how the injury happened last Sunday against the 49ers. "I just got stepped on during the game and it just hurt the bone a little bit, but I'm cool," he said. He missed four games last season with a stress fracture to the same foot so anything that happens there is cause for concern in the Giants’ camp.
Andre Brown and rookie David Wilson are Bradshaw’s backups and Tom Coughlin indicated that both of them could get some carries against Washington even if Bradshaw if feeling 100 percent.
Here is the rest of the Giants Thursday injury report:
Did not practice: DT Rocky Bernard (quadricep), S Kenny Phillips (knee), RB Da'Rel Scott (knee), LB Jacquian Williams (knee)
Limited: LB Michael Boley (hip), RB Ahmad Bradshaw (foot), WR Hakeem Nicks (foot, knee), CB Corey Webster (hand, hamstring)