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RoanokeFan
02-01-2012, 07:59 PM
SURPRISE APPEARANCE BY BRADSHAW PUTS EVERY GIANT AT PRACTICE (http://www.nypost.com/p/blogs/giantsblog/every_giants_player_at_practice_IGayhKpr3jEHNjqZ9S zVlL)

"Giants coach Tom Coughlin during his morning session with the media Wednesday
said he expected Ahmad Bradshaw to follow his usual course of action and sit out
practice later that day. <div>


The running back spent the second half of the season not practicing until
Friday to save wear and tear on the healing stress fracture in his foot.</p>


So Coughlin was surprised in the afternoon when the Giants hit the field for
their first practice of Super Bowl week and Bradshaw was out there with his
teammates. Coughlin said Bradshaw told trainer Ronnie Barnes he “wants to be a
part of this” leading up to Sunday's game against the Patriots.</p>


“I just hope he’s OK tomorrow,’’ Coughlin said.</p>


Bradshaw was one of five Giants who practiced on a limited basis, joining WR
Hakeem Nicks, DE Osi Umenyiora, LB Jacquian Williams and CB Corey Webster. </p>


Coughlin in the NFC pool report said, “This was a good, spirited, up-tempo
practice. There are a few things we will clean up, obviously, and we want to be
better tomorrow and build to our best work on Friday.’’ </p>


The Giants are practicing at the University of Indianapolis, a small school
about 7 miles from the team’s downtown hotel. The school runs a Division II
football program but has a full 100-yard indoor facility. The Super Bowl host
committee and the university combined to spend $6 million to install the indoor
facility in time for the game.</p>


“This is an outstanding facility, absolutely outstanding,’’ Coughlin said.
“What I like about it is that the college teams here have been working out here
all fall, so the turf has been broken in well. It’s settled in, and it’s in
great shape. It’s going to be great for our players to be able to work out in
here all week.’’</p></div>

THE_New_York_Giants
02-01-2012, 08:01 PM
SURPRISE APPEARANCE BY BRADSHAW PUTS EVERY GIANT AT PRACTICE (http://www.nypost.com/p/blogs/giantsblog/every_giants_player_at_practice_IGayhKpr3jEHNjqZ9S zVlL)

"Giants coach Tom Coughlin during his morning session with the media Wednesday
said he expected Ahmad Bradshaw to follow his usual course of action and sit out
practice later that day. <div>


The running back spent the second half of the season not practicing until
Friday to save wear and tear on the healing stress fracture in his foot.</p>


So Coughlin was surprised in the afternoon when the Giants hit the field for
their first practice of Super Bowl week and Bradshaw was out there with his
teammates. Coughlin said Bradshaw told trainer Ronnie Barnes he “wants to be a
part of this” leading up to Sunday's game against the Patriots.</p>


“I just hope he’s OK tomorrow,’’ Coughlin said.</p>


Bradshaw was one of five Giants who practiced on a limited basis, joining WR
Hakeem Nicks, DE Osi Umenyiora, LB Jacquian Williams and CB Corey Webster. </p>


Coughlin in the NFC pool report said, “This was a good, spirited, up-tempo
practice. There are a few things we will clean up, obviously, and we want to be
better tomorrow and build to our best work on Friday.’’ </p>


The Giants are practicing at the University of Indianapolis, a small school
about 7 miles from the team’s downtown hotel. The school runs a Division II
football program but has a full 100-yard indoor facility. The Super Bowl host
committee and the university combined to spend $6 million to install the indoor
facility in time for the game.</p>


“This is an outstanding facility, absolutely outstanding,’’ Coughlin said.
“What I like about it is that the college teams here have been working out here
all fall, so the turf has been broken in well. It’s settled in, and it’s in
great shape. It’s going to be great for our players to be able to work out in
here all week.’’</p></div>
that does not sound like a team with the mindset that this game will be handed to them. we are so close. Don't come home empty handed Giants.

Voldamort
02-01-2012, 08:03 PM
Thanks RF even Jacquian Williams?

RoanokeFan
02-01-2012, 08:04 PM
It's the kind of information we've come to expect. Some players just says or does something to reinforce ALL IN!

jomo
02-01-2012, 08:04 PM
Locked and loaded!!

jjj45
02-01-2012, 08:05 PM
All in RF! All in!!!

RoanokeFan
02-01-2012, 08:06 PM
Locked and loaded!!

I keep telling myself not to be OVER confident but it's not working. I'm not saying it's going to be a cake walk, I just think we've played better football than everyone else in the playoffs and we're not done yet.

RoanokeFan
02-01-2012, 08:06 PM
All in RF! All in!!!


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Patton 20
02-01-2012, 08:13 PM
Thanks RF, the players seem to be as ALL IN as they can be, and as fans we are about as All In as we can be.

" 20"

RoanokeFan
02-01-2012, 08:16 PM
Thanks RF even Jacquian Williams?

EVERY ACTIVE PLAYER

Cool Papa B.
02-01-2012, 08:23 PM
I love the heart and desire of Bradshaw. I just hope he doesn't wake up with some freak injury as a result of over doing it today. The team needs you on Sunday. And if it means you practicing just on Friday then so be it.

Cool Papa B.
02-01-2012, 08:23 PM
I love the heart and desire of Bradshaw. I just hope he doesn't wake up with some freak injury as a result of over doing it today. The team needs you on Sunday. And if it means you practicing just on Friday then so be it.

GameTime
02-01-2012, 08:26 PM
SURPRISE APPEARANCE BY BRADSHAW PUTS EVERY GIANT AT PRACTICE (http://www.nypost.com/p/blogs/giantsblog/every_giants_player_at_practice_IGayhKpr3jEHNjqZ9S zVlL)

"Giants coach Tom Coughlin during his morning session with the media Wednesday said he expected Ahmad Bradshaw to follow his usual course of action and sit out practice later that day.
<DIV>


The running back spent the second half of the season not practicing until Friday to save wear and tear on the healing stress fracture in his foot.</P>


So Coughlin was surprised in the afternoon when the Giants hit the field for their first practice of Super Bowl week and Bradshaw was out there with his teammates. Coughlin said Bradshaw told trainer Ronnie Barnes he “wants to be a part of this” leading up to Sunday's game against the Patriots.</P>


“I just hope he’s OK tomorrow,’’ Coughlin said.</P>


Bradshaw was one of five Giants who practiced on a limited basis, joining WR Hakeem Nicks, DE Osi Umenyiora, LB Jacquian Williams and CB Corey Webster. </P>


Coughlin in the NFC pool report said, “This was a good, spirited, up-tempo practice. There are a few things we will clean up, obviously, and we want to be better tomorrow and build to our best work on Friday.’’ </P>


The Giants are practicing at the University of Indianapolis, a small school about 7 miles from the team’s downtown hotel. The school runs a Division II football program but has a full 100-yard indoor facility<FONT color=#000080 size=4>. The Super Bowl host committee and the university combined to spend $6 million to install the indoor facility in time for the game.</FONT></P>


“This is an outstanding facility, absolutely outstanding,’’ Coughlin said. “What I like about it is that the college teams here have been working out here all fall, so the turf has been broken in well. It’s settled in, and it’s in great shape. It’s going to be great for our players to be able to work out in here all week.’’</P></DIV>


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Yet another thing Peyton has done for the local community in Indy...</P>


Very cool thee guys are on the practice field....All In...</P>