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Bradshaw Wants To Take His Talents To South Beach?

Ahmad Bradshaw will be a free agent whenever the CBA mess is fixed. While it’s been assumed that he’s going to try to re-sign with Giants, he may have other ideas. According to Ben Volin of the Palm Beach Post, Bradshaw is training in Miami, and interested in signing with the Dolphins:

Rosenhaus said on 7SportsXtra that client Ahmad Bradshaw is training in Miami and interested in signing with the #Dolphins

Bradshaw is a fit with the Dolphins. They drafted Daniel Thomas out of Kansas State, but he’s more a between the tackles guy. Bradshaw, as we know, can get out and turn the corner, and is dangerous in space.

If the Giants were to lose Bradshaw, it’s a huge loss. He’s such a dynamic runner. We all know what he can do.

That would leave the Giants with Brandon Jacobs and Da’Rel Scott (and DJ Ware, if he re-signs). Some free agent targets: DeAngelo Williams, Ronnie Brown, Michael Bush, Joseph Addai, Darren Sproles and Cedric Benson. There are some other backs, but those are the cream of the crop. Could also look at Julius Jones, Jerious Norwood, and Cadillac Williams.

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8 Responses to “Bradshaw Wants To Take His Talents To South Beach?”

  1. krisco says:

    It’s Rosenhaus talking, let’s not forget it is his job to have interest in Bradshaw increase so that potential salaries would also.
    I don’t think it’s anything new that AB might draw interest from other teams.

  2. Júlio César says:

    I hope that this is not true…

    But i would settle for Joseph Addai and Brandon Jacobs in the backfield

    • krisco says:

      Addai ?

      Can he handle it ?
      I mean we expect our backs to gain yards, not create some kind of doubt that maybe we’re not gonna throw this one.

      He had a 4.6 average last season, but with only 116 carries.
      The year before he handled the ball 219 times (that’s still 50 less than AB in 2010) and his production took a dive.

      I just never considered Addai a back who could play for the Giants, so I’m wondering.

      • Júlio César says:

        Addai and Jacobs would be around 50-50 on carries, so i think it could work out… obviously he’s not a featured back (like AB was last year), but he’s good

        I mean, he plays in the worst possible team when it comes to running the football… The blocking sucks (Don’t get me started on saying that the Colts have a good o-line) and the quarterback is Peyton Manning, so not a lot of possibilities there

        But the guy has good vision, not very explosive but with a good knack to find the endzone, and might be the best pass blocking back in the league… i really think he’s a little underrated

  3. Joe says:

    Reggie bush ?

  4. Jason C. says:

    I would love to keep Bradshaw, and personally think this is only a device to bring in more money, but for novelty purposes, I wouldn’t mind bringing in Bush if he gets cut, DeAngelo Williams or even Clinton Portis.

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