Giants RB Bradshaw still can't play
East Rutherford, NJ – Still recovering from a cracked bone in his foot, New York Giants running back Ahmad Bradshaw will miss his fourth consecutive game Monday.
Giants head coach Tom Coughlin said Friday that Bradshaw did some running and could possibly play in Monday night's contest against the Saints.
But Bradshaw did not participate in Friday's practice and was out of Saturday's session as well. He has not played since suffering the injury in a Week 8 win against Miami.
Additionally for the Giants, linebacker Michael Boley (hamstring) is doubtful after missing Saturday's practice. Wide receivers Michael Clayton and Mario Manningham are questionable with knee problems.
The Giants are 1-2 since Bradshaw went down, beating New England but losing two straight games to San Francisco and Philadelphia. They trail first-place Dallas by a half-game in the NFC East after the Cowboys won on Thanksgiving.