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New York Giants' news and notes: Ahmad Bradshaw has foot surgery -- again

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Ahmad Bradshaw has undergone another foot operation, and Eli Manning says he would enjoy playing in a Super Bowl against his brother.

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Giants' Ahmad Bradshaw has another surgery on troublesome right foot | NJ.com
Ahmad Bradshaw, who has played his NFL career on a pair of troublesome feet, started his offseason with another surgery.

The Giants running back said he had the screw in his right foot replaced with a larger one 10 days ago. The recovery timetable is 10 weeks, he said.

"It was giving me a little bit of problems, and now I feel a whole lot better," Bradshaw said, after an autograph signing at the NFL Experience. "I just went through too much this year."

Valentine's View: We will examine this closer at a later date, but this again calls into question how much the Giants can rely on Bradshaw going forward.

Eli would welcome all-Manning Super Bowl
"I never dread playing a game against Peyton," said Eli, who has faced his brother twice in regular-season games and will do so again in 2013 in MetLife Stadium. "I think, obviously, each year I want to be in the Super Bowl and he wants to be in the Super Bowl. The fact that we’re in the AFC and NFC gives us that possibility.

"I think with my parents it would probably be the hardest. I think they would be the proudest parents for those two weeks leading up to the Super Bowl, but that Sunday during the game, watching the game, would be tough on them. And afterwards it would be tough to be so happy for one of their kids for winning a championship and feeling bad about the other one who just lost. I wouldn’t want them to feel that bad about Peyton in that situation."