Bradshaw is hoping a bone marrow injection will help his foot heal. 
The last time we heard* from Ahmad Bradshaw, the Giants running back was trying to stop himself from falling into the end zone to eat up more time at the end of the fourth quarter of Super Bowl XLVI. Ultimately, he failed, scored the winning touchdown anyway and set himself up for a championship offseason.

Well, an offseason where he’ll spend three months resting after a bone marrow procedure.

That’s the word from ESPN New York, which was told by Bradshaw that he had bone marrow from his hip injected into his foot to let his injured appendage heal.

Bradshaw expects to rest for three months, and since he was injected at the end of February, he should be ready to go by June. Bradshaw also said he expects to miss OTAs but should be healthy by the beginning of training camp.

*In reality, the last time we truly heard from Bradshaw was when he criticized Tony Romo for, um, some reason.

Bradshaw missed four games last season because of a stress fracture in his foot after a screw from a previous surgery became dislodged. But he said he didn’t want surgery to fix the problem, saying he was tired of going under the knife.

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