INDIANAPOLIS – The Colts’ early-season injury matters took another turn today when it was determined
Bradshaw has been placed on injured reserve.
Bradshaw is the fourth Colts offensive player lost for the year. Tight end
Bradshaw was a trumpeted free agent signing by Indianapolis in June. He was overcoming a foot injury and was limited to viewing the team’s June mini-camp. In training camp, Bradshaw was a spectator as well.
After getting 15 snaps against Oakland and 49 against Miami, Bradshaw took 38 at San Francisco in one of the club’s most dominant road wins in years. Bradshaw, splitting time with newly-acquired
Bradshaw has the club’s most rushing yards (186), while Richardson’s 51 carries top the club. Richardson, obtained in a trade with Cleveland, has 151 rushing yards and two scores. Brown, the club’s top draft pick in 2009, has 157 yards and one touchdown on 19 carries.
Also on Tuesday, Indianapolis waived running back Robert Hughes from the active roster and released running back Kerwynn Williams from the practice squad.
Hughes was signed on September 30 and appeared in one game this season, catching one pass for six yards. He played in five games with Indianapolis in 2012.
Williams was the club’s first pick in the seventh round of this year’s draft. He appeared in one game and had a 28-yard kickoff return.