Giants Part Ways With Ahmad Bradshaw, Michael Boley And Chris Canty
The New York Giants are parting ways this week with some fan favorites.
They released RB Ahmad Bradshaw and DT Chris Canty this week after previously releasing LB Michael Boley.
Bradshaw has been hampered for years by foot problems, including surgeries on each. Despite the pain he played through, Giants.com reports he still ranks among the all-time franchise leaders:
Bradshaw, who turns 27 next month, has spent his entire six-year career with the Giants. He is sixth on the franchise’s career rushing list with 4,232 yards. Bradshaw is seventh in Giants history with 921 rushing attempts. He rushed for 32 touchdowns, the ninth-highest total in team history. In his six seasons, he played in 84 regular-season games with 33 starts.
In addition to his rushing prowess, Bradshaw caught 132 passes for 1,087 yards and three touchdowns. He is one of six players in Giants history with 3,000 rushing yards and 100 receptions, as well as 3,000 rushing yards and 1,000 receiving yards.
Canty has played in the New York for the last four seasons after spending his first
Boley, the veteran linebacker, also spent four season in New York and had a great start to the year. Boley had an interception in each of the first three games of the year, but didn’t record another pick in 2012. He recovered two fumbles and was credited with 65 tackles.