Giants RB Ahmad Bradshaw getting X-ray on neck; David Wilson not replacing him
Giants running back Ahmad Bradshaw has been taken to the locker room to get an X-ray on his neck, the team has announced.
Giants running back Ahmad Bradshaw has been taken to the locker room to get an X-ray on his neck, the team has announced. And rookie running back David Wilson, who fumbled in Week 1 and who apparently still isn’t trusted by coach Tom Coughlin, isn’t in the game to replace him.
Instead, Andre Brown -- who missed all of last season and has played for five teams in his three-year NFL career -- has taken over in the backfield. Making matters worse for Wilson, he also dropped a first-quarter pass from Eli Manning in the Giants' game against the Buccaneers.
Before he left for injury, Bradshaw had five carries for 16 yards.
The Giants also have lost right tackle David Diehl to a knee injury for the rest of the game.
Make sure to follow our updating injury report for Week 2.
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