By Eric Schmidt

The New York Giants running back situation is cloudy for Sunday’s game against the Washington Redskins. RB Ahmad Bradshaw did not practice on Friday while dealing with a foot injury and is officially listed as questionable for Sunday, likely to be a game time decision. If Bradshaw is unable to go, the Giants running back situation becomes a bit confusing.

RB Andre Brown, who has looked good early on this season has been sidelined with a concussion. Brown returned to practice Friday and is officially listed as probable. He is tied with Bradshaw for the team lead in rushing touchdowns with three. Brown would be a more than competent starter for Bradshaw in his absence.

Clouding the situation however is rookie RB David Wilson. Wilson was in head coach Tom Coughlin’s doghouse early on in the season. In recent weeks however, Wilson has been an explosive force in the Giants offense. If Bradshaw is unable to play, both Brown and Wilson are likely to see significant action.

In related New York Giants injury news, WR Hakeem Nicks completed his third straight day of practice and is officially listed as probable for the G-men on Sunday in a tough divisional matchup against the Redskins, a team which defeated the Giants twice last season.

 

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