INDIANAPOLIS -- Ahmad Bradshaw got his work in Wednesday and Thursday. Now it's just a matter of resting for the Super Bowl.
The Giants running back did not participate in Friday's workout, the last full team practice of the season. He was "a little sore," Tom Coughlin said, after running for two days on the cracked bone in his right foot.
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"But he's OK," Coughlin added. "He'll be ready."
The plan all along was to rest Bradshaw Friday and Saturday. Listed as probable, he is the only player who did not practice.
Rookie S Tyler Sash had his foot stepped on during the practice. He and DE Osi Umenyiora (ankle/knee) were limited. The other players on the injury report, WR Hakeem Nicks (shoulder), CB Corey Webster (hamstring) and LB Jacquian Williams (foot), participated fully for the second straight day.
All six players are considered probable and Coughlin said he does not expect anyone to miss this game because of injury.
"Everyone wants to be a part of it at this point and time," Coughlin said. "No one wants to be someone who is not able to participate or to be a part of this wonderful experience.''