Adam Schefter of ESPN reports the Packers and Steelers are two teams that have expressed interest in former Giants running back Ahmad Bradshaw. Bradshaw, 26, rushed for 1,015 yards and had 6 touchdowns last season. He has scored 25 touchdowns (rushing/receiving) the last three seasons.
Bradshaw has chronic foot issues and just had off-season foot surgery, raising several alarms with teams’. Appearing on ESPN Tuesday, Bradshaw said he just started lifting weights but will be ready for training camp. Bradshaw wouldn’t be able to pass a physical right now but the Steelers continue to look for a buy-low running back on a one year deal.
“I feel like I have a lot of years left,” Bradshaw said while appearing on ESPN this week. “I feel like I can help a lot of teams out there.”
The Steelers brought Beanie Wells in for visit this week but Wells left without a contract and like Bradshaw, Wells also has foot and knee issues. The Steelers, though, haven’t ruled out signing Wells and may cross that bridge at a later time.