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By Jason Mullins, Colts Correspondent, Mon, Sep 29th 3:05pm EDT

Ahmad Bradshaw put up another solid performance Sunday against the visiting Titans, rushing nine times for 32 yards (3.6 YPC) and added another 20 yards and a score on two catches. (Source: Jason Mullins)

Fantasy Impact: Bradshaw has looked like his old self, putting up one nice outing after another. He is still being out-touched by Trent Richardson but has been out-producing him pretty handily. Bradshaw remains an RB3/Flex consideration unless he garners a larger share of touches.

By Jason Mullins, Colts Correspondent, Mon, Sep 22nd 10:22am EDT

Ahmad Bradshaw totaled 65 yards on the ground (7.2 YPC) and added 18 yards and a score through the air on two catches. (Source: ESPN)

Fantasy Impact: Bradshaw was once again the most effective back for the Colts. Trent Richardson is still receiving more touches than Bradshaw but Bradshaw is proving to be more productive with less work. He also appears to be the preferred back in hurry-up situations. If Bradshaw can remain healthy, he will find himself in the RB2-3 conversation on a weekly basis.

By Nathan Tucker, Colts Correspondent, Tue, Sep 16th 11:12pm EDT

Bradshaw carried the ball 13 times for 70 yards and caught the ball 5 times including two scores. (Source: ESPN)

Fantasy Impact: For the second straight week he proved to be the better back for the Colts. Although Richardson had an improved performance against the Eagles, Bradshaw was more effective on fewer touches (5.4 ypc). He is the third down back and preferred option in the red zone. Start him with confidence as a high-end flex in their upcoming game against the Jaguars.

By Nathan Tucker, Colts Correspondent, Mon, Sep 8th 12:13am EDT

Ahmad carried the ball 3 times for 15 yards and caught 5 passes for 70 yards. (Source: ESPN)

Fantasy Impact: Although Bradshaw didn't start, he proved to be much more effective than Trent Richardson. He only carried the ball 3 times due to the Colts falling behind early, but still managed 5 yards per carry. Ahmad also displayed his skill in the open field and appears to be the better solution for the Colts at RB. Target him on the waiver wire as a potential RB3 or flex for your lineup.

By Ryan Sacks, Colts Correspondent, Sun, Aug 24th 7:39am EDT

Ahmad Bradshaw returned to the playing field in Saturday night's preseason game.

Fantasy Impact: While the stats weren't eye popping, (3 carries for 2 yards and 1 catch for 11) the Colts were certainly happy to have their best inside runner back in action. Trent Richardson will start the season getting a large portion of the carries as Bradshaw works himself back into form but it might not be long before this turns into an even 50/50 split. Target him as a grab and stash RB in the late rounds.

By Jason Mullins, Colts Correspondent, Thu, Aug 21st 10:06am EDT

Ahmad Bradshaw has returned to full practice Tuesday. He has yet to see any pre-season game action but was seen wearing a blue jersey for the first time, which indicates he is able to take full contact. With a shortage of options of at RB, the Colts will need Bradshaw in peak form. (Source: Colts.com)

Fantasy Impact: Bradshaw could see a large role in the Colts offense if starter Trent Richardson continues to struggle. He was more effective than T-Rich last season prior to injury. His current ADP has him going in the 10th round after players like Tre Mason and Shonn Greene, which is crazy considering the role he should have in the Colts potent offense.

By Ryan Sacks, Colts Correspondent, Thu, Aug 14th 3:27pm EDT

Ahmad Bradshaw plans on testing out his neck in week 2 or week 3 of the preseason. (Source: NBC Sports)

Fantasy Impact: Bradshaw has been wearing a red no contact jersey up to this point in camp. The Colts will want to see something out of him in game action sooner rather than later. As it stands, he is the handcuff to Trent Richardson but he might just end up being the better player player to own.

By Nick Fields, Colts Correspondent, Mon, Aug 11th 2:49pm EDT

Ahmad Bradshaw is being limited in training camp practices, but it is not because of a setback or any other injury. Bradshaw has been practicing with a red jersey on which means he is off limits for contact and the defense isn't allowed to touch him. (Source: The Herald Bulletin)

Fantasy Impact: Bradshaw has not experienced any setbacks from his neck injury last year and is fully healthy. The Colts are just exercising caution with Bradshaw and want to make sure he enters the season with a slate of full health. Bradshaw is the handcuff to own for Trent Richardson owners this year and has been successful in the past given opportunity.

By Jason Mullins, Colts Correspondent, Sun, Jul 27th 1:43pm EDT

Bradshaw, returning from a season ending neck injury, is expected to see an increased role in the Colts backfield. Head coach Chuck Pagano illustrated confidence in Bradshaw, stating "We know how tough Ahmad is. . . . I'm not going to be pulling back on the reins." (Source: Colts.com)

Fantasy Impact: Bradshaw will compete with Trent Richardson for the lead role in the backfield. The two time 1000 yard rusher showed confidence in his recovery, saying "I feel great. This is a day that I've been waiting for - moving around in those pads." If the veteran back can stay healthy he is primed for a solid 2014 campaign.

By Jason Mullins, Colts Correspondent, Fri, Jul 25th 10:54am EDT

Bradshaw, coming off a season ending neck injury from last year, will enter training camp in a three way competition with Trent Richardson and Vick Ballard for the lead role in the Colts' backfield. (Source: The Indianapolis Star)

Fantasy Impact: The Colts appear to be moving away from their run first approach from last season to a "score first" system per offensive coordinator Pep Hamilton. That change will likely result in some sort of a running back by committee approach as the Colts have three solid candidates. Trent Richardson enters camp as the early favorite for the most touches even though he struggled to a 2.9 ypc average last season. It will be worth monitoring the first team reps as camp progresses to help bring some clarity to this situation.

Fantasy Football Maniax | Oct 1st
Bradshaw should be ready to play this week with a foot injury, but the Ravens rank 7th against fantasy running backs.
FFLockerRoom | Oct 1st
Keep any eye on the practice reports this week, Bradshaw left the week 4 game with a protective boot.
Yahoo! Sports | Oct 1st
No RB has managed 60 rush yards vs. BAL and generally stingy at allowing RB TDs - Bradshaw been on a nice run, but this is where we pump the brakes, as he enters week in a walking boot - 50 YFS, 0 TD
FantasyPros | Sep 27th
  We’re back with your picks for Week 4 and if you took some of our advice last week, and picked up Ahmad Bradshaw, you might have done alright for yourself (thanks Sean Morris and Jody Smith).   With the ... read more »
ESPN | Sep 26th
Christopher Harris analyzes the fantasy value of Colts running backs Trent Richardson and Ahmad Bradshaw.
Rotoworld | Sep 25th
Patrick Daugherty breaks down all of Week 4's top plays, including a re-energized Ahmad Bradshaw.
RotoBaller | Sep 17th
BALLER MOVE: Add in All Leagues Owned in 54% of Fleaflicker Leagues ANALYSIS: It’s clear to everyone except maybe the Colts that Ahmad Bradshaw has easily outplayed Trent Richardson, in just about any NFL game that the two of them have played together. In standard fantasy football leagues, over the first two games of the season, Bradshaw […]
ESPN | Sep 16th
ESPN's Christopher Harris lists some top waiver-wire targets for Week 3, including Ahmad Bradshaw and Kirk Cousins.
RotoBaller | Sep 6th
BALLER MOVE: Monitor closely in 10+ team leagues 41% owned in Fleaflicker Leagues ANALYSIS:  Most of Bradshaw’s value throughout this fantasy Football season hinges on the failure of Trent Richardson. The biggest question is if Richardson doesn’t perform, will the Colts deem him a “failure” and turn to Bradshaw to lead the backfield sooner rather […]
Rotoprofessor | Aug 7th
by Eric Stashin (aka The Rotoprofessor) Looking for some real late round sleepers at the running back position? We took our initial look at a few who should be available (click here to view), but here are four more names that should be worth considering: