New York Giants running back Ahmad Bradshaw did not participate in Wednesday's practice due to a foot injury. Head coach Tom Coughlin told reporters that the injury is "the same type of thing," referring to Bradshaw's foot injury that kept him out last season. He is expected to return to practice on Thursday so the Giants are likely trying to give him as much rest as possible. With Andre Brown still out, rookie back David Wilson would play if Bradshaw is forced to miss any time.
Bradshaw is permanently probable at a minimum, which usually means he's playing through injuries nearly every week. Wilson has looked good in his limited action and is worth a flier should Bradshaw end up being a game-time decision Sunday. Bradshaw has been on fire in his last two games with 349 total yards and two TDs. With Washington up next, it's another favorable matchup.