Giants RB Bradshaw has MRI on knee

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New York Giants running back Ahmad Bradshaw had an MRI and a "battery of tests" for an injured knee on Monday, according to ESPN New York.
Test results were not immediately available.
Bradshaw was injured during the Giants' 52-27 blowout over the New Orleans Saints. He was in and out of the game before eventually getting replaced by David Wilson.
Giants coach Tom Coughlin said in a conference call Monday that he did not want to make assumptions about Bradshaw's status yet.
"Anytime you are talking about a knee and people are going through a series of tests, it is better to wait and see what the results are," Coughlin said. "I wouldn't speculate on anything right now."
Coughlin addressed other injuries.
He said that starting cornerback Prince Amukamara strained a hamstring and is getting treatment for it.
He also said that wide receiver Hakeem Nicks, who has struggled with foot and knee injuries all season, will continue to play with pain for the rest of the year. X-rays taken after Sunday's game were negative.
In addition, wide receiver Victor Cruz is fine after briefly hurting a shoulder during the game.