Colts RB Ahmad Bradshaw might have his season cut short yet again after injuring his ankle against the Patriots.
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Indianapolis Colts RB Ahmad Bradshaw injured his ankle against the New England Patriots and might be facing season-ending surgery.
ESPN’s Adam Schefter reported via Twitter that the ankle was, in fact, broken:
Initial indications are Colts RB Ahmad Bradshaw broke ankle. Testing today to determine injury’s severity, if surgery is needed, per sources
— Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) November 17, 2014
Bradshaw missed 13 games in 2013, his first year with the Colts, due to a neck injury, prompting the team to trade a first-round pick to Cleveland for RB Trent Richardson. The 28-year-old RB had been healthy with Indianapolis, and the results showed as he recorded his highest yards/carry average since 2009.
Richardson told reporters, “To see a brother go down, especially one I’m around all day, every day, is real tough. That’s a brother, and it’s heartbreaking to see a guy down like that. We’re going to see what they say [Monday], but at the end of the day, we have his back… Whenever he gets ready to come back, if he does this year or next year, whenever it is, there’s going to be open doors for him.”