2010 team: New York Giants.
Some become future Giants and some become former Giants. Ahmad Bradshaw seems to be a Giant on the move this summer, as it seems as if the Giants are not willing to pay him the big bucks he’ll demand while the team is also paying Brandon Jacobs.
Ahmad Bradshaw was undoubtedly the biggest steal of the 2007 NFL Draft. He was picked in the seventh round—just five picks shy of becoming undrafted.
He became the Fire of the “Earth, Wind & Fire” threesome consisting of Brandon Jacobs, Derrick Ward and Ahmad Bradshaw.
The trio was a big contributing factor to why the New York Giants won the Super Bowl the year Bradshaw was drafted. Bradshaw was given an increased role when Derrick Ward left the Big Apple in 2009, and has never looked back since.
He won the starting job in 2010 and led the league in rushing for a period of time before he was benched due to "fumble-itis." He racked up a career high of 1,235 yards and eight touchdowns in 2010.
Bradshaw has stated that he hopes to remain a Giant, but time will tell if the Giants can afford both parts of its talented rushing tandem.