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Last updated on Tuesday, June 11, 2013
(Indianapolis, IN) - The Indianapolis Colts have reportedly entered into heavy negotiations with former New York Giants running back Ahmad Bradshaw.
Mike Chappell of indystar.com reported Monday that a resolution between the Colts and the two-time Super Bowl champion could come later today. If an agreement is reached, the team would have Bradshaw available for part of three-day mandatory mini-camp, which begins later today.
Bradshaw has played his entire six-season professional career with the Giants and ran for 1,015 yards with a 4.6 yards per-carry-average in 2012.
The Colts ranked 22nd in the league in yards-per-game last season with a platoon of rushers that including Vick Ballard, Donald Brown, and Delone Carter.
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