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Running Back, Indianapolis Colts

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Draft: 2007 Round 7 (40)
College: Marshall
Ht: 5’9”  Wt: 198 DOB: 1986-03-19 Age: 28
RB Rank Tier ADP-12
#10 2 4.02

Season Stats
FF Today Default Scoring: Review Scoring
  RushingReceiving Fantasy
Season Team G GS Att Yard Avg TDTarget Rec Yard Avg TD FFPts FFPts/G
2007 NYG 12 0 23 190 8.3 1 5 2 12 6.0 0 26.2 2.2
2008 NYG 15 0 67 355 5.3 1 6 5 42 8.4 1 51.7 3.4
2009 NYG 15 1 163 778 4.8 7 30 21 207 9.9 0 140.5 9.4
2010 NYG 16 11 276 1,235 4.5 8 58 47 314 6.7 0 202.9 12.7
2011 NYG 12 9 171 659 3.9 9 44 34 267 7.9 2 158.6 13.2
2012 IND 14 1 221 1,015 4.6 6 31 23 245 10.7 0 162.0 11.6
2012 (Projected) IND     224 1,075 4.8 8   47 341 7.3 1 195.6  

2014 Outlook
Depth Chart
It’s hard not to like Bradshaw as a football player. Despite his size, he runs hard and is willing to take on any defender to gain tough yards when they are needed, perhaps making him the toughest player in the league on a pound for pound basis. He can catch the ball out of the backfield, he’s willing to play banged up and he produces when he plays (12.9 FPts/G over the past two seasons). Unfortunately, it can be difficult to like Bradshaw that much as a fantasy player due to his inability to stay healthy (four missed games in 2011 due to a stress fracture). On the plus side, it seems fairly certain that Bradshaw will inherit the goaline work with Brandon Jacobs having been replaced by David Wilson, the team’s 1st round pick who is similar in size to Bradshaw. Barring injury, Bradshaw will get the majority of the work and he rates as a mid-tier RB2 in 2012, one whose upside is matched his injury risk.

Fan. Tm. Player
RB1RB2 Ahmad Bradshaw
RB2RB1 Trent Richardson
RB3RB3 Dan Herron
RB4RB4 Vick Ballard
Colts Depth Chart
News From The Past 90 Days
T-Rich making presence felt in Colts' camp     -- Thu Aug 14 5:15 pm --

Hoping from bounceback from poor 2013 season
This one probably deserves an asterisk, because at the start of camp, it seemed as though things were touch and go with Trent Richardson. He didn't practice for the first week of camp, sidelined as a precaution because of a hamstring injury suffered in pre-camp workouts. But Richardson made his presence felt after returning, running with the sort of determination and decisiveness that gives the Colts hope he can rebound from a subpar 2013 season. Richardson says he's healthier now than he was entering his two previous pro seasons, and he looks it. (Indianapolis Star)

FF Today's Take: Richardson has drawn a lot of criticism for, among other things, his inability to come anywhere close to matching Donald Brown's production last season. To his credit, he is a more than capable receiver with plenty of power. With Vick Ballard already done for the year and the injury-prone Ahmad Bradshaw as his only capable backup, Richardson may be set up for a massive workload. For that reason alone, he is a more than viable flex option.
Injury Trent Richardson dealing with hamstring issue     -- Sun Jul 27 3:10 pm --

Colts' running back not practicing
The Colts have been using the term “soft-tissue” issue when talking about why running back Trent Richardson has not been practicing in training camp. Richardson has a hamstring issue. Richardson isn’t practicing, but he has been catching passes off the Jugs machine at the conclusion of practices. (ESPN)

FF Today's Take: With Vick Ballard (Achilles) out for the season, Ahmad Bradshaw has been running with first team during the early portion of training camp. Richardson's hamstring issue doesn't appear to be serious but it's something to monitor moving forward.
Injury Vick Ballard likely out for the season     -- Fri Jul 25 9:00 pm --

Torn Achilles, MRI pending
Two days into training camp and the Colts already are dealing with their first major injury. Running back Vick Ballard, only now returning from season-ending knee surgery last September, suffered what team owner Jim Irsay said is a likely torn left Achilles tendon during a non-contact drill Friday. (Indianapolis Star)

FF Today's Take: Ballard will have an MRI to confirm the diagnosis but it sounds like he will be lost for the season. He was active for one game in 2013 before suffering an ACL injury. Trent Richardson and Ahmad Bradshaw remain the top two options at running back for the Colts. Chris Rainey and Dan Herron are also on the roster.

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