According to Pro Football Talk, Giants RB Ahmad Bradshaw, who might be a free agent once the lockout ends, has changed agents.
Bradshaw, who started 11 games for the Giants last season and gained 1,235 rushing yards with eight touchdowns, formerly was represented by Craig Domann. He now reportedly has hired Drew Rosenhaus.
The Giants, who selected Bradshaw in the seventh round of the 2007 draft, placed a first-round tender on him. Bradshaw's four years of NFL service would make him a restricted free agent by old rules. If the league's rules change, four-year veterans might be classified as unrestricted free agents, which would allow Bradshaw to hit the open market.