Giants running back Ahmad Bradshaw, who missed the team's 36-7 win over the Panthers last week, is planning to play Sunday night against the Eagles.
"You can guarantee it. You can guarantee I'll be there," Bradshaw said Tuesday, speaking with Stephen A. Smith and Ryan Ruocco on ESPN New York 98.7 FM.
Bradshaw suffered a neck injury in the Giants' Week 2 win over the Buccaneers. Backup Andre Brown has thrived in Bradshaw's place, with 184 rushing yards and three touchdowns -- including 113 yards against the Panthers. But Bradshaw expects to regain his starting role.
"I don't expect anything different," Bradshaw said. "Andre's a great back. Against the Panthers, he helped our team out a whole lot. I expect him to get his carries and help me out as much as possible.
"I don't know the game plan for the Giants with me and Andre yet, but so far it's just the same," Bradshaw added. "I'm just planning to go out and run the ball like I've been doing."