Bradshaw (wrist) was placed on the Colts' injured reserve list Monday, ending his 2015 season.
Bradshaw suffered a wrist injury during Sunday's win over the Buccaneers and will now land on season-ending IR for the third straight season. In just six games played this term, the 29-year-old managed only 85 yards on 31 carries, but caught three touchdown passes on 10 receptions. With Bradshaw out, expect the Colts to rely on the combination of Frank Gore and Dan Herron going forward.
Bradshaw underwent an X-ray on his injured wrist after Sunday's game against the Buccaneers, and while it showed no fractures, the area is very swollen, according to ESPN's Josina Anderson.
Bradshaw was knocked out of the game due to the ailment, finishing with four carries for six yards and three catches on four targets for 20 receiving yards. The Colts' rushing game was shut down by the Bucs, as starter Frank Gore could only get 24 yards on 19 carries. If Bradshaw has to miss any time, Dan Herron will likely take over the backup role.
Bradshaw carried the ball nine times for 32 yards, and added four receptions on four targets for 20 yards and two touchdowns Sunday in Atlanta.
Bradshaw's modest yardage total isn't surprising due to his lack of touches, but he's making the most of his limited time on the field. The ninth-year running back is firmly behind Frank Gore on the Colts depth chart, but that hasn't stopped him from picking up three receiving scores over the past two weeks. Still, expecting Bradshaw to continue to find pay dirt with regularity is a stretch.
Bradshaw had six carries for three yards and one reception for an eight-yard touchdown in Sunday's win over Denver.
Frank Gore had 28 carries, so Bradshaw isn't going to get many carries unless Gore gets hurt. However, Bradshaw could have a role in the passing game if Indy finally gets its passing offense on track.
Bradshaw had seven carries for 31 yards in Monday's loss at Carolina.
He was targeted just once in the passing game as he was frequently kept in as a blocker in passing situations. He played 28 snaps to Frank Gore's 56 snaps and will likely keep a similar backup role unless Gore is hurt.
Bradshaw had one carry for five yards and one reception for eight yards in Sunday's loss to New Orleans.
Bradshaw played nearly as many snaps (29) as Frank Gore (31) but wasn't used in the passing game (targeted just twice) when the Colts fell behind. He was needed as a blocker with Indy's offense line struggling again.
Bradshaw is active for Sunday's game against the Patriots.
Signed just a few days ago, Bradshaw probably won't be a big threat to Frank Gore's workload Sunday night, but he may have an immediate role on passing downs. With Bradshaw already in game shape, Josh Robinson is inactive for Sunday's contest.
Running back Ahmad Bradshaw has agreed to terms with the Colts.
While Bradshaw is no immediate threat to supplant starter Frank Gore, he did see action in 10 games with the Colts last season and record a 4.7 yards-per-carry average. He gives the team some added depth and experience at running back.
In the short term, it shouldn't be long before Bradshaw sees change-of-pace work.
Running back Ahmad Bradshaw, who was released by the Colts after the 2014 season, pleaded no contest and paid a fine Monday in an Ohio court to a charge of misdemeanor marijuana possession, per the Associated Press.
Bradshaw played last two seasons for the Indianapolis Colts. He scored eight touchdowns with 725 total yards in 10 games in 2014 before suffering a season-ending fractured fibula.
The charges arose from a Feb. 5 traffic stop in which the officer smelled "the strong odor of raw marijuana." NFL spokesman Greg Aiello said the case will be reviewed "under our policies." Any potential punishment would depend on his status in the league's drug program.
Colts running back Ahmad Bradshaw pleaded not guilty to a marijuana possession charge on Tuesday, reports the Associated Press.
Bradshaw was charged with a misdemeanor count of possession of a small amount of marijuana following a traffic stop in Preble County, Ohio on Feb. 5. A pretrial hearing is scheduled for Feb. 25.
Bradshaw, an impending free agent, had a productive season with the Colts cut short because of a fractured fibula. He ran for 425 yards and two touchdowns, averaging 4.7 yards per carry, and caught 38 passes for 300 yards and six scores in 2014.
Colts running back Ahmad Bradshaw was cited Friday for marijuana possession in Preble County, according to WISHTV.com.
Troopers arrested Bradshaw's passenger and charged him with two counts of drug possession during the traffic stop. The two have a court date set of Feb. 17.
Colts running back Ahmad Bradshaw, whose season ended after 10 games due to a fractured fibula, is out of his cast and into a walking boot, reports ESPN.com. The impending free agent plans to start working out soon and hopes to re-sign with Indy for 2015.
Bradshaw ran for 425 yards and two touchdowns, averaging 4.7 yards per carry, and caught 38 passes for 300 yards and six scores.
Running back Ahmad Bradshaw told reporters Monday he is hoping to be back with the Colts in 2015, according to colts.com.
Bradshaw was forced to the injured reserve with a fractured fibula after playing 10 games in 2014. He had 90 carries for 425 yards and two touchdowns on the ground. He also had 38 catches for 300 yards and six touchdowns receiving. Bradshaw's 2013 season was also cut short after suffering a neck injury in Week 4.
The Colts officially placed running back Ahmad Bradshaw on the season-ending injured reserve list Tuesday with a fractured fibula, per the team's official website. Bradshaw was injured Sunday against New England.
Bradshaw was in the midst of a bounce-back season, one year removed from a season-ending neck injury. His season ends with 700 yards of total offense. He rushed for 425 yards and two touchdowns on 90 carries and caught 38 passes for 300 yards and six touchdowns in 10 games. He is expected to be a free agent at the end of the season.
Colts coach Chuck Pagano announced Monday running back Ahmad Bradshaw suffered a fractured fibula Sunday against the Patriots. He is going to see more specialists to reveal "the extent of that fracture," Pagano said.
Pagano said he isn't sure if the veteran running back will land on injured reserve.
Bradshaw is averaging 4.7 yards per carry, which is his highest average since 2009 (4.8 ypc). He also has eight touchdowns (six receiving) and needs just 15 more receiving yards to set a career high. He has 300 receiving yards on 38 catches.
Colts running back Ahmad Bradshaw appears to have suffered a broken ankle during Sunday's loss against the Patriots, according to multiple reports.
Bradshaw suffered the injury in the fourth quarter Week 11 and was taken for X-rays. Coach Chuck Pagano said after the game the veteran running back will undergo an MRI, according to The Indianapolis Star.
"To see a brother go down, especially a guy I'm around all day, every day. … that's real tough," starting running back Trent Richardson said. "It's heartbreaking to see a guy like that go down."
Aside from the ankle injury, Bradshaw is enjoying a productive season. He is averaging 4.7 yards per carry, which is his highest average since 2009 (4.8 ypc). He also has eight touchdowns (six receiving) and needs just 15 more receiving yards to set a career high. He has 300 receiving yards on 38 catches.
Colts running back Ahmad Bradshaw and tight end Dwayne Allen were both seen in protective boots after Sunday's 42-20 loss to the Patriots.
The Colts didn't provide an update on either player, but the sense is that Bradshaw, who was also on crutches Sunday night, will miss extended time. Both players will go through tests Monday to determine the severity of their injuries. The Colts are set to face the Jaguars in Week 12.
Colts running back Ahmad Bradshaw has been ruled out for the remainder of Sunday night's Week 11 matchup with the Patriots.
Bradshaw was taken to the back for X-rays in the second half and soon after ruled out with a lower leg injury. He finishes the day with four yards on seven carries and four catches for seven yards. The Colts have a matchup with the Jaguars on tap for Week 12.
Colts running back Ahmad Bradshaw was taken to the locker room to have X-rays taken on his left ankle, the team announced.
Bradshaw managed just 11 yards on 11 touches before coming out with the injury, rushing for four yards on seven carres and catching four passes for seven yards. The team will likely have an update on his potential to return to Sunday's game after the tests are finished.
Colts running backs Ahmad Bradshaw and Trent Richardson both looked sharp in Monday's easy win over the Giants. Bradshaw ran seven times for 50 yards (7.1 ypc), while Richardson carried seven times for 33 yards (4.7 ypc) after not playing Week 8 due to a hamstring injury.
As expected, Bradshaw got more opportunities a receiver. He caught three of five targets for 29 yards against his former team. Richardson secured both his targets for 9 yards.
Neither scored a touchdown despite Indy putting up 40 points. Bradshaw and Richardson are on a bye Week 10.