The biggest news impacting the New York Giants that came out of Super Bowl Week had nothing to do with power outages, the outcome of Super Bowl XLVII or the fact that the clock is now ticking on the 2014 Super Bowl.

It was the fact that Giants' running back Ahmad Bradshaw was spotted zipping around New Orleans during the week on a motorized scooter following yet another surgery on his troublesome feet. This time, Bradshaw had a larger screw inserted into his right foot to deal with two broken bones he suffered during the 2012 season.

Bradshaw has suffered ankle and foot issues throughout his career, and has had broken bones in his feet in 2009, 2011 and 2012. He rarely practices and has missed six games with injuries the past two seasons.

The obvious question is what should Bradshaw's future be with the Giants? Or, should he have one at all?

Bradshaw is $3.75 million in 2013 and $4 million in 2014. The Giants drafted speedy running back David Wilson in the first round in 2012, and after limited duty as a rookie Wilson should be ready for a larger role in 2013. The Giants also have Andre Brown, who scored eight touchdowns in 2012 and averaged 5.3 yards per carry in 10 games before breaking his leg.