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Bradshaw has outrun his past

After watching for most of the season, Ahmad Bradshaw has thrived in the playoffs, gaining 163 yards with a TD and complementing bruising teammate Brandon Jacobs. After watching for most of the season, Ahmad Bradshaw has thrived in the playoffs, gaining 163 yards with a TD and complementing bruising teammate Brandon Jacobs. (Bill Kostroun/Associated Press)
By John Powers
Globe Staff / January 31, 2008

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He knew he probably wasn't going to be a mid-round pick last year, even though his numbers justified it. Ahmad Bradshaw had rushed for nearly 3,000 yards and more than 30 touchdowns in three years at Marshall, but it was the two arrests that stood out on his résumé. (Full article: 996 words)

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