Ahmad Bradshaw, coming off surgeries to both feet and one ankle, was thought to be a once-a-day player during training camp, especially at the outset. But there he was yesterday, participating in the morning and afternoon practices, showing some of the quickness the Giants have come to expect out of him.
"I'd like to see first he has confidence in himself, what he can and can't do," Tom Coughlin said. "I do want to see him extend that and fight his way through some of the tough days and continue out here full-extent."
If he's healthy, the Giants have big plans for Bradshaw, who will be involved in punt and kickoff returns if his legs and feet hold up.