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Canty, Bradshaw reflect on Giants years

Posted by Dan Salomone on February 7, 2013 – 1:43 pm

Giants Saints FootballDespite parting ways Wednesday, Ahmad Bradshaw, Chris Canty, and Giants fans will always have positive years to look back on.

For the running back, it was an opportunity to win two Super Bowls with the team that drafted him. For the defensive tackle, it doesn’t get much better than hoisting the Lombardi Trophy in his hometown.

While Bradshaw will be remembered for his go-ahead touchdown with 57 seconds remaining in Super Bowl XLVI, it was whom he did it with that stands out for the 26-year-old.

“It’s one thing with the Giants, they just have one of the greatest organizations and I can vouch for that,” Bradshaw told WFAN’s Mike Francesa. “So, like I say, I’m definitely going to remember the guys I did it with – not only just the moments I had individually — but it was a blast.”

Meanwhile, wherever Canty takes his career, the Bronx native relished his time with the New York fans.

“I’m just thankful for the opportunity when I came here in 2009 to join this organization and play in my hometown and win a Super Bowl here,” Canty said on ESPN’s “The Michael Kay Show” on Wednesday. “And it’s a great city, great fans, it was a great experience.”

He added: “New York will always be home. New York will always be home for me. This is where it all started for me. It was a great opportunity for me to play here, I won a championship here, so New York will always be [home].”


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11 Responses to “Canty, Bradshaw reflect on Giants years”

  1. By Raecharise on Feb 7, 2013 | Reply

    I’ve always loved the NY GIANTS franchise ever since Lawrence Taylor was playing. I’m in agreement with the person who commented that Jerry Reese has made good his decisions. However, letting Ahmad Bradshaw go…CRAZY! Coach Coughlin stated, “Ahmad Bradshaw is the EPITOME of a great football player”. He”s been playing hurt for years and helped us win 2 championships since he’s been here. All in all, I think letting him go was a mistake.
    As well as Chris Canty, he was a great assess to the team. I wish Jerry Reese could find another way to keep them. I’m still trying to get over them letting Brandon Jacobs a.k.a. freight train (my nickname 4 him)go. In my opinion, Brandon Jacobs and Ahmad Bradshaw was the toughest RB ever! I hear talk about them possibly letting Osi Umenyiora go. I will scratch somebody’s eye out if that happens. LOL But I’m serious!

  2. By calvin clark on Feb 7, 2013 | Reply

    i love the giants with all my heart and soul but what the hell r u doing up there jerry. every team needs vets and the crazy thing about it is the one’s ur letting go had great seoson’s please bring back all three during the off season if the money comes available every one of these players r starters for any team in the NFL

  3. By rasar thompson on Feb 7, 2013 | Reply

    Jerry Reese has done a terrific job as GM and evan though I don’t agree with letting Bradshaw go, I support it.Last year I said the say about the Jacob move. They have to free up money to pay Cruz. So, it’s Victor or Bradahaw and at this time you would have to say they need Cruz more than they need Ahmad.

  4. By Anonymous on Feb 8, 2013 | Reply

    BRADSHAW WAS MY FAVORITE GIANT BESIDES ELI HE WAS AN OVERACHIEVER (250)PICK OUT OF 255 HE WAS A GAMEBREAKER

  5. By Rich on Feb 8, 2013 | Reply

    I understand the moves with Boley, Bradshaw and Canty. All where due to make some major money this year, and the Giants are pressed against the salary cap. I think a perfect fit for Bradshaw would be Green Bay or the Packers. Also here is what I think the Giants should do in the draft.

    http://nflandcollegefootball.com/2013/02/08/ny-giants-making-giant-moves/

  6. By The Brooklyn Hammer on Feb 9, 2013 | Reply

    If Eli could have put some tds together. And if he didn/t have some many turnovers we would not have to let go of Bradshaw.

    Eli or Ely has no ecuse for fing up the Giants season they were in and he choked!! Period.

    Bit– A– Mo—–@##$$$@

  7. By Mike Flores on Feb 10, 2013 | Reply

    It’s sad to see Bradshaw leave because Reese could not stay within the salary cap.Ahmad gave you everything he had on every play. You can’t say that about a number of others on the roster. “Happy trails to you,” Ahmad, may God bless you wherever you go!

  8. By Connor Metz on Feb 11, 2013 | Reply

    Releasing Bradshaw was the right thing to do. He dances at the line and get tackled after a yard or two most of the time. Every once in awhile he has a good game. But Andre Brown is very similar to Bradshaw, but he doesn’t dance. He’s better. And David Wilson has speed to break of big runs. We have a better RB duo then last years. Remember, we were last in rushing. Good decision Reese.

  9. By jake samson on Feb 11, 2013 | Reply

    Now it’s time for Diehl to go…..Please!!

  10. By tyler on Feb 11, 2013 | Reply

    im only 14 and letting go of Bradshaw and caty kind of let me down i know we need money for cruz and nicks but they arent bad and i wish we could resign Bradshaw for less money but he woudnt except that with all his injuries in the past few years he still had over 800 yards with jacobs and ware and with bown and Wilson
    i guess its time for wilson to be who is and that is a speed demand
    lets go big blue

  11. By Mary Garcia on Feb 13, 2013 | Reply

    Are the GMEN getting good defensive and offense players? Ones that are healthy, strong and can DO THE JOB?

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