Bradshaw gets the green light following foot surgery in January.
Former New York Giants running back Ahmad Bradshaw was given the all-clear to return in his search for a new team following a visit to a foot specialist on Wednesday.
Robert Anderson told Bradshaw that his foot is healing well and he will be ready for organised team activities in May, reports NFL.com.
The 26-year-old became one of the top free-agent running backs on the market after the Giants decided to release him last month.
However, there are still doubts over his durability considering he has only managed to play a full 16-game season just once since joining the Giants back in 2007.
Bradshaw suffered from repeat stress fractures in his feet and underwent various surgeries in order to help the issue. He will be hoping the latest operation won’t hinder his chances of finding a new team.
In 14 games last season, Bradshaw ran 1,015 yards on 221 carries, an average of 4.6 yards per attempt. After receiving the news that the Giants would not be extending his old deal, Bradshaw admitted he would be open to rejoining them on a lower contract.
Having settled in New York, he also left the door open for a move to the New York Jets, although that appears unlikely.
However, having now received clearance he will hoping to begin talks and prove his fitness. Despite the question marks over his durability, Bradshaw has shown enough over the years to suggest that he would be an asset for most NFL teams on a short-term deal.