He might be best remembered around the country for falling backward into the end zone while trying to stop himself from scoring the game-winning touchdown in Super Bowl XLVI.
But in these parts, running back Ahmad Bradshaw will be remembered as perhaps the toughest New York Giant during the franchise's past two Super Bowl runs.
"That is what they say," Bradshaw, who played through constant pain in his surgically repaired ankles and feet, said in an interview on WFAN radio. "That I ...Read full story
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