Bradshaw misses Giants' final practice
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Coach Tom Coughlin listed Bradshaw as probable for Sunday's game, but said Friday he expects him to play.
Bradshaw has a broken bone in his right foot and it was sore after two days of practice at the University of Indianapolis' practice bubble. He has dealt with the injury for months and usually only practices once a week for games.
''But he's OK,'' Coughlin said after the 70-minute afternoon practice. ''He'll be ready.'
Besides Bradshaw, five others were listed probable with defensive end Osi Umenyiora (ankle, knee) and rookie special-teamer/safety Tyler Sash (foot) limited in practice. Receiver Hakeem Nicks (shoulder), CB Corey Webster (hamstring) and LB Jacquian Williams (foot) practiced fully.