BRADSHAW, JACOBS, BOLEY STILL SITTING AT GIANTS' PRACTICE
Excerpt: "Ahmad Bradshaw and Michael Boley both returned from lengthy absences to get
back on the field and play in the Giants 38-35 loss to the Packers last week.
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But with the Giants bracing for a first-place showdown Sunday night with the
Cowboys, neither Bradshaw nor Boley has made it into practice this week. </p>
Thursday, like Wednesday, came and went without Bradshaw or Boley taking part
on the field. Bradshaw returned last week after missing four games with a stress
fracture in his foot and immediately enlivened the offense. Boley missed three
games with a strained hamstring before playing nearly 50 plays against the
The Giants did not report that either player suffered a setback in the game.
It appears as if the Giants are taking the cautious approach here, allowing
Bradshaw and Boley maximum time to recover and heal. It will be cause for alarm
if they cannot do something in practice on Friday. </p>
In addition to Bradshaw, the other key running back, Brandon Jacobs, did some
stretching and a few drills early in practice but was not in pads, a sign he
wasn’t going to practice. Jacobs had perhaps his most effective game of the
season against the Packers but he came out of it with a slightly pulled
hamstring." Read more..