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Ahmad Bradshaw: To be or not to be… a Giant?

With rumors that the end of the lockout is near, free-agents though out the NFL prepare for free-agent trading madness. RB Ahmad Bradshaw is top free agents priority for the New York Giants.

Bradshaw carried for 1,235 rushing yards last season; however he had seven fumbles and lost the starting position for five games. In the past two years, Bradshaw has undergone surgery on both ankles and both feet. His most recent surgery was on his left ankle in February; it is not known how well he recovered.

Bradshaw changed agents during the off-season, hiring Drew Rosenhaus. Rosenhaus is a known agent for going after the biggest deals. Rosenhaus told a Miami radio station that Jacobs is interested in playing for the Miami Dolphins. In an interview with 1050 ESPN-NY on Monday, July 18th, Bradshaw told Bill Daughtry, “Hopefully, I’m a Giant next year, but if the Dolphins are interested, I’ve got to look at my options”.

Bradshaw did not attend Giants lockout workout at Hoboken High School or at Bergen Catholic High School in New Jersey. Once the lockout ends, the Giants will have three days to re-sign Bradshaw before other NFL teams are able to submit offers to the free agent. With his back-up, RB Brandon Jacobs, due $4.65 million this year and $4.9 million in 2012, it is likely that Bradshaw will seek between $5-6 million per year in order to re-sign with the Giants.

The question is can or will the Dolphins offer him more money? And If they do, will Bradshaw leave New York? Bradshaw said in his interview with 1050 ESPN-NY. “I love New York more than anything, and I’d love to be here”.

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