Free agency is still a month away, but that doesn't mean we can't speculate a little bit. Here are a few tidbits for the afternoon about players who might intrigue the New York Giants.
The Indianapolis Star says the odds are against former New York Giants' running back Ahmad Bradshaw returning to the Indianapolis Colts in 2014. After being cut by the Giants Bradshaw played three games for the Colts before undergoing season-ending neck surgery.
The Star basically comes to the same conclusion about Bradshaw, 28 next season, that the Giants ultimately did. That he has "immense talent" but is difficult to rely on because of his injury history.
When the Giants cut Bradshaw a year ago they left the door open to bringing him back. Considering that they are already unsure about one running back coming off neck surgery -- David Wilson -- you would have to believe the Giants would shy away from a reunion with Bradshaw.
Speaking of free agents coming off neck injuries, the Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel finds it "pretty unlikely" that the Packers would try to re-sign tight end Jermichael Finley. We know there has already been a ton of speculation that Finley could be a target for the tight end-needy Giants.
The Star-Ledger speculates that kick returners will be high on the Giants' priority list in free agency