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Could Bradshaw be headed to Miami?

UPDATE: Bradshaw agreed to a four-year deal to

UPDATE: Bradshaw agreed to a four-year deal to remain with the Giants.
Running back, New York Giants
2010 stats:
276 carries, 1,235 yards, 8 TDs
Bradshaw is an explosive runner. Bradshaw's 276 carries were the 10th most in the league as he became the Giants primary running back over Brandon Jacobs in 2010. With Jacobs' role on the decline, the Giants will make re-signing Bradshaw a top priority.
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The Giants' biggest priority in free agency is re-signing running back Ahmad Bradshaw, who is coming off a career year with 1,235 yards and eight touchdowns.

Well, there could be some competition.

Bradshaw's agent, Drew Rosenhaus, said in a radio interview yesterday that Bradshaw could be in the running to join the Miami Dolphins.

"I represent Ahmad. He's training here in Miami and would be very interested in the Dolphins," Bradshaw's agent Drew Rosenhaus told Sports Xtra, per Omar Kelly on Twitter. "If they (Dolphins) are interested in Ahmad (Bradshaw), we're interested back."

It will be an interesting dynamic to see just how far the Giants will go to keep Bradshaw. The team is reluctant to get into a bidding war over the former seventh-round pick, but they also want to make sure their running attack is viable heading into the season. The Giants still have Brandon Jacobs under contract and are not expected to release or trade him. But Jacobs lost his starting job to Bradshaw last year, and Bradshaw would once again head into the season as the starter if he's re-signed.

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