Running back Ahmad Bradshaw (foot) and linebacker Michael Boley (hamstring) practiced on a limited basis Friday for the New York Giants and are listed as questionable for Sunday's game against the Green Bay Packers. As expected, Osi Umenyiora (ankle) is out, as is linebacker Mark Herzlich (ankle). Wide receiver Mario Manningham is listed as doubtful with swelling in his knee.
"I am happy to be out there. I felt great. My plan is to do everything that I was doing the last weeks that I did play. Hopefully I can handle everything," Bradshaw said. "I am ready to go."
Bradshaw then offered a comment that some Giants who might have been guilty of packing it in Monday against the New Orleans Saints should take note of.
"If I am out there, you will see everything. I put it all on the field. If I have to break this foot, I will and cut it off," Bradshaw said.
Bradshaw has not played in the last four games since cracking a bone in his foot. Coach Tom Coughlin was guarded in assessing whether Bradshaw would be ready for Sunday.
"I saw what I saw and that's what we'll go on and what the trainers and doctors tell me in the morning as to what he can do and what he can't do. We'll listen to all of that and we have a few hours before we make a decision," Coughlin said. "He wants to play. He wants to do it. He's tried to do everything that we've asked him to do and today he practiced enough and we'll see how it is."