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Draft Scout *Ahmad Bradshaw News
09/12/14 - RB Ahmad Bradshaw (rest) went through a full workout on Friday. He had seen limited work during Thursday's practice. Bradshaw should be a full go for the Eagles game Monday night.
09/11/14 - RB Ahmad Bradshaw saw limited work in Thursday's practice. Bradshaw played well against the Broncos. He was given a lighter workload in the Colts' first practice of the week in order to give him some rest. Bradshaw underwent neck surgery last season but has been fully cleared to play this year.
09/08/14 - RB Ahmad Bradshaw also returned from a season-ending injury to play well at Denver. Bradshaw had missed most of the 2012 season after undergoing neck surgery. He is the primary backup to starter Trent Richardson, picking up 15 yards in three carries while also catching five passes for 70 yards.
08/25/14 - RB Ahmad Bradshaw (neck) saw his first game action of the preseason in the New Orleans game. Bradshaw wore a red no-contact jersey in practices for the past couple of weeks. He was cleared to play against the Saints late last week.
08/15/14 - RB Ahmad Bradshaw has been wearing a red "no contact" jersey in practice. But Bradshaw says that his neck feels fine and is ready to go.
"I plan on going this (pre-season) game or the next. Just to get the feel. I think I have played long enough to understand the game. It's just getting out there and getting the feel of the motions and the game time speed," he said.
"I also want to get out and test if possible my neck. But like I said, I think I have tested it enough in practice, I've hit guys, I've stood in there and blocked and I just want it to heal as much as possible and not take the unnecessary stuff."