NEW YORK (WFAN) -- Soon-to-be free agent running back Ahmad Bradshaw has said he wants to stay with the Giants. Though according to his agent, Drew Rosenhaus, Bradshaw is also "very interested" in Miami.
"I represent Ahmad," Rosenhaus said Sunday night on WSVN-TV's 7 Sports Xtra. "He's training here in Miami and would be very interested in the Dolphins."
"If (the Dolphins) are interested in Ahmad," Rosenhaus added, "we're interested back."
Bradshaw may become an unrestricted free agent once the NFL's labor situation is resolved.
"I love New York, man. I love New York more than anything," Bradshaw said before the Super Bowl in February. "All I can do is hope for the best."
Even Brandon Jacobs, who lost his starting job to Bradshaw, wants to see the 25-year-old back in blue.
"I hope he's back," Jacobs said before April's NFL Draft. "I hate to see someone get another back like that. I want him to be here. But from a business point of it you don't know what can happen. He may end up going somewhere else or he may end up staying here. Hopefully it's the second choice, but I just want him to be somewhere and be happy."
What if Bradshaw doesn't return? Free agent running back Clinton Portis has said he likes the view in New York.
"To go to the Giants and get to play the Redskins twice a year after them feeling I wasn't capable any more, I think that would be outstanding," Portis told NFL Radio in May.
In 2010, his fourth season with New York, Bradshaw rushed for 1,235 yards and 8 touchdowns.
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