Ahmad Bradshaw is tough, but he wants to make sure he comes back the right way.
Since cracking a bone in his foot against the Dolphins on October 30, the running back has missed the last four games, leaving behind a rushing attack that dropped to last in the NFL this week.
But rather than making a preemptive return, Bradshaw is keeping the season in mind and won't rush into anything.
"I don't want to get out and play and sit out the next game," said Bradshaw, who had 440 yards and five touchdowns in the first seven games. "I don't want to do it that way. I want to play the rest of the year."
Along with Michael Boley (hamstring), Bradshaw worked with trainers on Wednesday to grade the progress, limited to the treadmill and inside work during practice.
"It's a bone, and I'm just trying to let it heal," Bradshaw said. "All it is is just dealing with the pain. If I can deal with the pain in the game, then I'll be fine."
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