Colts’ Bradshaw Is Out for Rest of NFL Season With Neck Injury

Former New York Giants running back Ahmad Bradshaw will be out the rest of the National Football League season for the Indianapolis Colts due to a neck injury that’s forced him to miss the past two games.

Bradshaw, 27, scored four touchdowns in his first three games with the Colts before getting injured during a Week 3 win at the San Francisco 49ers.

The Colts yesterday placed Bradshaw, who spent the previous six NFL seasons with the Giants, on injured reserve and NBC’s Pro Football Talk reported he’ll undergo neck surgery.

Indianapolis (4-1) entered the season with Bradshaw and Vick Ballard as its featured running backs. After season-ending injuries to both players, the Colts’ backfield is now led by Donald Brown and Trent Richardson, who was acquired in a Sept. 18 trade with the Cleveland Browns.

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