Ahmad Bradshaw will return to the New York Giants after agreeing to a four-year contract Monday, NFL Network insider Michael Lombardi reported, citing a league source.
Drew Rosenhaus, Bradshaw's agent, didn't return an email from The Associated Press seeking comment. The Giants refused to comment because the deal wasn't signed.
According to Mike Garafolo of the Newark Star-Ledger, Bradshaw's deal is worth $18 million over four years.
"Ball security, ball security, ball security, even at the expense of trying to make the extra effort," Coughlin said after practice. "(You) have to know where the ball is at all times and that people are coming after you. That's the nature of our game."
"He worked out very well, caught the ball, moved well," Coughlin said of Patrick. "He's in very good shape."
Coughlin said the Giants wanted four quarterbacks in camp, and Carr was available and knew the system. Veteran Sage Rosenfels and free agent Ryan Perrilloux are New York's other quarterbacks.
"I only can control so much," Rosenfels said. "What I can control is my play and how I can get the other 10 guys around me to play good football. That's my concern right now."
Center Adam Koets has been placed on the reserve/physically unable to perform list with knee tendinitis. He tore his anterior cruciate ligament during a Nov. 7 game against the Seattle Seahawks.
The Associated Press contributed to this report.