"Just to calm my emotions and just let it all out in my play," Bradshaw told The Star-Ledger on Thursday about what Coughlin told him. "Like I said, our emotions are going so many different ways in the game, you never know. Just to control it pretty much, and (I told him) I would. Nothing big."
"Have you met a runner that doesn't want the ball more? Have you ever seen a pass receiver who doesn't want the ball thrown more? They all do," Gilbride said. "We just do what's working best. We weren't running the ball very well, so we're always going to do what we're doing well."
When did every sideline reaction become the end of the world? Bradshaw is a trooper for getting on the field despite constant foot problems. He didn't smack Coughlin. He doesn't have a track record of bad behavior. And the two have worked together since 2007.
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