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    Bradshaw's foot still isn't healed...

    http://profootballtalk.nbcsports.com...edure-on-foot/

    It may not be a huge deal, but with Jacobs almost 30 and on the last year of his contract. Bradshaw's foot issues and inability to stay healthy for an entire season. I see the Giants making an early move for an RB. Maybe not round 1, but round 2 or 3. Doug Martin in Round 2 sounds awfully nice.
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    I'd like to see the Giants either pick a guy up in FA or draft a RB who's got some nice hands. I can see why so many people around here like Doug Martin, he plays a lot like Tiki Barber IMO. I know comparisons have been made that he's similar to Ray Rice or MJD, but I think he's got a little bit of Tiki in him as well.

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    [quote user="heavyhitter"]I'd like to see the Giants either pick a guy up in FA or draft a RB who's got some nice hands. I can see why so many people around here like Doug Martin, he plays a lot like Tiki Barber IMO. I know comparisons have been made that he's similar to Ray Rice or MJD, but I think he's got a little bit of Tiki in him as well.
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    I hope the comparisons end at just football. Though there was an interview with his mom in Boise, he seems to be from good stock.

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    unquestionably Giants have to add the RB situation for next season. Is there any hope that Da'rel Scott or DJ Ware?

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    Re: Bradshaw's foot still isn't healed...

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    unquestionably Giants have to add the RB situation for next season.** Is there any hope that Da'rel Scott or DJ Ware?**
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    I think DJ Ware needs to find a new team... I like Scott as a versitile back/return man. His game reminds me of Kevin Faulk, but with more speed. I have a hunch that Ware will be the odd man out this season.
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    Re: Bradshaw's foot still isn't healed...

    This isn't really news, and I just don't see Bradshaws career lasting any longer than Jacobs' (not total time, I mean clock ticking now)

    In 2 years, maybe less, Andre Brown or somebody who isn't even on the team yet will be the no. 1 back.

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    Re: Bradshaw's foot still isn't healed...

    [quote user="bLuereverie"][quote user="heavyhitter"]I'd like to see the Giants either pick a guy up in FA or draft a RB who's got some nice hands. I can see why so many people around here like Doug Martin, he plays a lot like Tiki Barber IMO. I know comparisons have been made that he's similar to Ray Rice or MJD, but I think he's got a little bit of Tiki in him as well.
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    I hope the comparisons end at just football. Though there was an interview with his mom in Boise, he seems to be from good stock.[/quote]Well, now that Jacobs has been released, the need at RB has just raised a notch. Like I said before, I'd like to see them grab a RB who can catch the ball out the backfield whether it be through FA or the draft.

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    Re: Bradshaw's foot still isn't healed...

    [quote user="heavyhitter"][quote user="bLuereverie"][quote user="heavyhitter"]I'd like to see the Giants either pick a guy up in FA or draft a RB who's got some nice hands. I can see why so many people around here like Doug Martin, he plays a lot like Tiki Barber IMO. I know comparisons have been made that he's similar to Ray Rice or MJD, but I think he's got a little bit of Tiki in him as well.
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    I hope the comparisons end at just football. Though there was an interview with his mom in Boise, he seems to be from good stock.[/quote]Well, now that Jacobs has been released, the need at RB has just raised a notch. Like I said before, I'd like to see them grab a RB who can catch the ball out the backfield whether it be through FA or the draft.
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    I agree RB need is greater now.

    Good news for us is.... this RB class is very good.

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    Re: Bradshaw's foot still isn't healed...

    can bradshaw's foot issues be helped with another operation

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    Re: Bradshaw's foot still isn't healed...

    [quote user="Shockeyitus"]http://profootballtalk.nbcsports.com/2012/03/08/ahmad-bradshaw-undergoes-procedure-on-foot/

    It may not be a huge deal, but with Jacobs almost 30 and on the last year of his contract. Bradshaw's foot issues and inability to stay healthy for an entire season. I see the Giants making an early move for an RB. Maybe not round 1, but round 2 or 3. Doug Martin in Round 2 sounds awfully nice.[/quote]

    Possbily but under Reese we have never drafted a RB in the first three rounds.
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