It looks like veteran running back Ahmad Bradshaw can’t catch a break and could be facing yet another surgery.
I believe this would be his third surgery in the last year or two and it could sideline him for the remainder of the season if he does indeed follow through with the procedure.
Now according to ESPN’s Adam Schefter, Bradshaw visited Dr. Robert Watkins in Los Angeles to help determine if he needed neck surgery or not.
Colts RB Ahmad Bradshaw has visited with Dr. Robert Watkins in LA to help determine if he would need neck surgery. Right now, undecided.
— Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) October 3, 2013
With Bradshaw still deciding on what to do, the Indianapolis Colts are focused on moving forward as they prepare for the Seattle Seahawks on Sunday.
I wrote earlier that offensive coordinator Pep Hamilton believes that third string (now second) running back Donald Brown will play a major role in this offense, both running and receiving wise.
With Trent Richardson getting majority of the snaps for this offense, Brown’s going to have to step it up since Bradshaw was the teams leading rusher.
As for Bradshaw, you know the man has to be frustrated after coming off a nightmare of an off-season and possibly ending up in the same situation after finding a new home with Indianapolis.