Colts RB Ahmad Bradshaw is coming off a neck surgery of his own to repair a bulging disc, but insists his injury is unrelated to David Wilson's.
"There are not a lot of guys that have been through neck surgeries and a year later they are playing football again, especially at my position," Bradshaw said recently, via The Herald Bulletin. "Right now, as we speak, I am as confident as anything going in. I don't think about my neck at all playing, and I am just shooting forward from here on."
Bradshaw isn't sure if he will get the green light to make his 2014 preseason debut Saturday versus the Giants, but is confident that he will ready to play against the Broncos in the regular-season opener.
Bradshaw could end up playing a pretty big role in the Colts offense, but especially if Trent Richardson shows signs of struggling. For now Bradshaw has some deep PPR league value until we see he can stay healthy.