Bradshaw could be Denver backup RB plan

April, 26, 2013
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Former Giants running back Ahmad Bradshaw has been cleared to play after going through a foot injury. Denver reportedly has had some interest in him. The Broncos could take a running back as early as the second round Friday night in the NFL draft.

If Alabama running back Eddie Lacy somehow falls to No. 58, Denver may take him. If not, there are other targets in the second and third rounds for Denver. If the Broncos don’t fill the need, Bradshaw could come into play.

In other AFC West notes:

The Miami Dolphins bragged about how little they gave up moving up from No. 12 to No. 3 in a trade with the Raiders. The Raiders also got pick No. 42 in the trade.

The Denver Post reports the Broncos have moved former Air Force project defensive tackle Ben Garland to the offensive line. Like he was on defense, the practice squad player is a long shot to make the final 53-man roster.

Bill Williamson | email

ESPN San Francisco 49ers reporter

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