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Steelers, Packers interested in Ahmad Bradshaw

Since being released by the Giants before the start of free agency, Ahmad Bradshaw has yet to sign with a team and is clearly the top running back available on the free-agent market.

Per ESPN's Adam Schefter, two teams that have "expressed interest" in Bradshaw's services are the Packers and Steelers.

Either team would make sense for Bradshaw as both teams have struggled to find a consistent running game. The Packers and Steelers ranked 20th and 26th, respectively, in rushing offense last year.

Although he always seems to be dealing with foot or ankle injuries, Bradshaw is one of the toughest running backs in the league and is highly productive when (almost) healthy. He is recovering from offseason foot surgery, but he should be ready to go for OTAs in May.

Bradshaw has rushed for 1,000-plus yards in two of the past three seasons and has averaged 4.6 yards per carry for his career.

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