Ahmad Bradshaw will be back in MetLife Stadium on Sunday night, but for the first time he’ll be watching from the opponent’s sideline.
After six seasons, 35 touchdowns and 5,319 yards from scrimmage in New York, Bradshaw was cut to make room for the younger, less expensive David Wilson. Now he is with the Indianapolis Colts instead of the team that selected him in the seventh round of the 2007 NFL draft.
“Never thought about it on the other side,” Bradshaw told Ebenezer Samuel of the Daily News on Thursday. “It’ll be different. It’s the nature of the business. I expect to go through and have a great year with the Colts.”
Bradshaw was recently taken off the preseason PUP list. He is still recuperating from chronic foot problems though, and will not play on Sunday night.