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Injuries will prevent Bradshaw, Colts' rookie from practicing early at training camp

Running back Ahmad Bradshaw and rookie safety John Boyett will not be available to practice when the Indianapolis Colts report to training camp this weekend.

The team placed Bradshaw, a veteran free agent, on the physically unable to perform list Tuesday. He spent the previous six seasons with the New York Giants and is trying to return from January surgery on his right foot. He is best remembered for scoring the winning TD in New York's Super Bowl victory two years ago.

Boyett, a sixth-round draft pick in April, was put on the non-football injury list. He played in only one game for Oregon last season because of injuries to both knees. When drafted, the Colts said they were uncertain if Boyett would be healthy enough to start training camp.