Bradshaw a Scary Sight

The sight of last week's leading rusher in a protective boot on Wednesday was surely a scary one. However, Ahmad Bradshaw, who did not practice on Wednesday because of injuries to his ankle and foot, and Coach Tom Coughlin, both said there was nothing at all to worry about.

Bradshaw and Coughlin said there was no doubt that he'd be able to play Sunday. Bradshaw stated that his ailing ankle has been a lingering issue since he suffered a high ankle sprain during his freshman year in college.

DE Justin Tuck did not practice on Wednesday but said he fully intends to play Sunday in Kansas City. After not practicing all last week, Tuck still suited up and played in Tampa. He figures he'll be able to play even more snaps than last Sunday.

WR Hakeem Nicks said he was limited in practice on Wednesday but "wasn't really in as much pain today." The rookie stated that=2 0his goal is to play Sunday.

RT Kareem McKenzie practiced fully on Wednesday after leaving last Sunday's game early due to a knee sprain. McKenzie rehabbed the knee and was able to be a full participant during Wednesday's workout.

WR Domenik Hixon practiced on a limited basis as he hopes to return to the lineup this Sunday. Hixon has missed the last one-plus games after injuring his knee against Dallas.

CB Aaron Ross was limited in practice but he did work some during the team portion of the practice. Ross, who's trying to shake a nagging hamstring injury, rode the stationary bike during the early parts of the workout.

The Giants Beat Top Stories