Bradshaw Is A Gametime Decision

This damn foot issue again Juan…

Ahmad Bradshaw has has foot issues his entire career, as Stephania Bell pointed out of Sirius Radio today, people can have issues based on the anatomical design of their foot.  The injury is supposedly different from the issues he has had in the past.  This is related to getting stepped on.  Here’s how Ahmad described the injury:

“It’s a bruise, and it’s the bone, so you don’t know,” Bradshaw said. “It’s a bone bruise; it may take a while. You keep pounding, and it just keeps coming back.”

He was at practice today in pads, but barely worked according to onlookers.

“Pretty much like a maintenance day, just to get out and get used to the blitzes and different stuff. That’s all I did it for,” Bradshaw said. “I was out there doing what I could, whatever they called. But tried to take it easy.”

He added: “I feel good. I just don’t want any setbacks. (If I ) get out there, and play 100 today, I’ll be sore tomorrow, so I’m not going to do that.”

“It isn’t (any) problem when I’m sitting down or walking,” Bradshaw said. “Just the bone is sore.”

With the Cowboys losing Sean Lee their run defense will be compromised.  When he is out of the lineup they give up a yard more per carry.  Bradshaw has a high risk/high reward if we knew he would be good to go for 20 plus carries, that’s just not the case.  This could be a scenario we have to deal with over the upcoming weeks.

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Juan Elway is an enthusiast of Fantasy Football, Movies, and Combat Sports, but don't call him an expert. He once shook Adrian Peterson's hand and AP winced in pain. Follow him on Twitter where you can partake in all sorts of shenanigans.