Colts agree to terms with running back Ahmad Bradshaw
Mike Chappell, Indy Sports Central
INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. (Oct. 14, 2015) — Ahmad Bradshaw is getting a third tour with the Indianapolis Colts.
The team signed the veteran running back to a one-year deal Wednesday.
Bradshaw was a productive member of the offense the past two seasons, but finished each year on the injured reserve list. He suffered a neck injury at San Francisco Sept. 22, 2013 that required surgery, then fractured his left fibula against the New England Patriots on Nov. 16, 2014.
Bradshaw should represent a viable veteran presence to Frank Gore. Before breaking his leg 11 months ago, he rushed 90 times for 425 yards and two touchdowns and caught 38 passes for 300 yards and six TDs.
The Colts placed running back Tyler Varga (concussion) on the injured reserve to free up the roster spot for Bradshaw.