Former Giants Running Back Bradshaw Agrees to Terms With Colts

Former New York Giants running back Ahmad Bradshaw has agreed to join the Indianapolis Colts, according to the National Football League team’s website.

Bradshaw, 27, had a team-leading 1,015 rushing yards and six touchdowns for the Giants last season. He had surgery this offseason to repair a broken bone in his right foot and was released by New York in February.

A two-time Super Bowl champion with the Giants, Bradshaw rushed for 4,232 yards and 32 touchdowns in six seasons in New York. The 2007 seventh-round draft pick also has 132 career receptions for three scores.

Bradshaw’s 4,232 career rushing yards rank sixth in Giants franchise history. He was due to make $3.75 million next year in New York before he was released, clearing the way for 2012 first-round pick David Wilson and Andre Brown to compete for the starting job.

The Colts rushed for 104.4 yards per game last season, 11th in the 16-team American Football Conference. Rookie Vick Ballard, the team’s leading rusher in 2012, ran for 814 yards and two scores.

-- Editors: Michael Sillup, Jay Beberman

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