Nnamdi Asomugha is happy, Ray Edwards is happy, even Chad Ochocinco is happy. But it doesn't seem like Giants running back Ahmad Bradshaw is.
If he were, than the free agent would have re-signed with New York by now.
Bradshaw might not be in the class of those truly elite runners like Adrian Peterson or Chris Johnson—after all, he had just one super season. But since he's still young and ran for over 1,200 yards in 2010 while splitting the carries with Brandon Jacobs, there is ton of promise that he can join that group of All-Pro backs.
And naturally, that potential has him wanting a huge contract and has him on several teams' wish lists.
If we've learned anything during this crazy free-agency period it's that things can change in a hurry and teams can make some surprising decisions, so don't be surprised to see either of those scenarios play out with Bradshaw.