Former Giants running back Ahmad Bradshaw is still out of work since being released by the Giants last month. Bradshaw, who had offseason surgery on his troublesome right foot, says he elected to not work out for teams until he is healthier. But he said three teams have expressed interest in him so far: The Jets, Steelers and Packers. "There are a lot of teams out there, but there are a couple teams that are interested, so I've heard," Bradshaw said on ESPN Radio's The Michael Kay Show today. "Pittsburgh, the Jets and the Packers, which are teams that I feel like need a running back, that I could help. Like I said, it’s a process. I just want to take it slow." Bradshaw, who topped 1,000 yards last season, has still not ruled out a Giants return, saying that "there's always that chance." When the team released him in a salary cap-clearing move, he said a potential return was discussed. Bradshaw was reminded on the radio show that Giants coach Tom Coughlin, whom Bradshaw regards as a father figure, and Jets coach Rex Ryan have very different personalities and coaching styles. "I know for sure," Bradshaw said. "You know what, I've heard from a lot of guys (Rex) is a great coach. It’s not even about that with me. He seems to get his guys going for games and for the weeks that they're playing. That’s what it’s all about, just having fun."
Ex-Giants RB Ahmad Bradshaw says Jets among interested teams
Newark Star-Ledger | Mar 21