Good morning, New York Giants' fans. Here is your Friday morning notebook.
Running back Ahmad Bradshaw says he is "ready to go" on Sunday and adds that he would be happy if his heavy workload the past two weeks (57 carries) continues: [Full transcript]
"I'm always up for it. I take pride in it. Anytime I can try to carry this team as much as I can, I'll do it. If they want to put it on my back, I'll take it."
Offensive coordinator Kevin Gilbride on the progress of wide receiver Hakeem Nicks, who played Sunday against San Francisco for the first time since Week 2: [Full transcript]
"He's getting better. Unfortunately, it's a lengthy process getting back to where he was. He is definitely better this week than he was the week before. You're encouraged by seeing him do some things maybe he couldn't have done last week. It's a matter of just continuing to see that growth and return to where he was before he was injured."
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