Bradshaw, Diehl Back At Practice For Giants
EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. (AP) — A day after sitting out with a sore wrist, Giants running back Ahmad Bradshaw practiced on Thursday.
“There’s no problem,” said Bradshaw, who has a career-high 1,013 rushing yards this season for New York (8-4). “I won’t have any problem with it this week.”
Left tackle David Diehl practiced for the second straight day and seems ready play on Sunday against the Minnesota Vikings (5-7). He has missed four games with hip and hamstring injuries.
Receivers Steve Smith (pectoral) and Hakeem Nicks (leg) worked on a limited basis and felt they also would be ready. Smith has missed the last four games. Nicks, who has a team-high nine touchdown catches, has missed two.
Tackle Shawn Andrews was the only player to miss practice. He has been out the last two games with a back problem.
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