There still hasn't been a firm diagnosis on Ahmad Bradshaw's neck injury released to the public, but that's probably not newsworthy any longer. That's because the Giants' running back got medical clearence to return to the field during a Monday checkup. On Tuesday, Bradshaw guaranteed he'll be playing Sunday in Philadelphia.
"You can guarantee I'll be out there fighting with my team," Bradshaw told the New York Post's Paul Schwartz.
Now the plot thickens. The last time Bradshaw was on the field, Andre Brown was an unknown third-string running back. Less than two weeks later, he has rushed for 184 yards on 33 carries with three touchdowns and has looked like the Giants' best running back this season. Until we hear something from head coach Tom Coughlin, I think this is an evenly split backfield this weekend, and Bradshaw is a very, very risky flex option considering how slow he has looked in six regular-season quarters.