The two-time Super Bowl champion running back has spent his entire six-year NFL career with the Giants, but he said while cleaning out his locker Monday that he can't be certain the team will bring him back.
"I'm all in. That's how I've been since I've been here," Bradshaw said, via The Star-Ledger. "I bleed red, white and blue, and that's what it's about with me right now. I can't go into any other details about it, but I will always be a Giant forever."
Bradshaw has two years remaining on his contract at $3.75 million and $4 million, respectively, according to the New York Daily News. He said he has not been approached about restructuring his deal.
When healthy, Bradshaw has provided a consistent running attack and dynamic ability in the passing game. He rushed for 1,015 yards this season while missing two games with a sprained knee and playing through a bone bruise in his foot.
However, rookie David Wilson came on strong late in the season and showed the promise that made him a first-round draft pick after an early fumble sent him to Tom Coughlin's doghouse. Andre Brown also showed power and vision in the backfield before he broke his fibula, ending his season.
Giants general manager Jerry Reese always has been willing to move on from players, as he did with Brandon Jacobs last offseason. Given Bradshaw's contract situation and the backups who have proven capable of carrying the load, if the Giants decide to move on, it wouldn't be a shock to us.
Apparently, it wouldn't be a shock to him, either.
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