07:09 AM ET 08.16 | All the signs are there. He's spent the last two months as an Indianapolis Colt, getting to know a new gunslinger quarterback and a new, hard-nosed running back. He's close to his new QB, he says, and he feels "comfortable" in his new city. But Ahmad Bradshaw once said he'd be "a Giant forever," and as he prepares to return to MetLife Stadium on Sunday night, he still feels that way. He spent six years with the Giants, blossoming from unheralded seventh-round runner to fiery locker-room leader. And he's not quite used to putting on a new uniform. "It's still strange, man," Bradshaw said on Thursday. "Just being with the Giants six years, and just knowing the whole system. ... With Indiana, it's still strange. And they've taken me in like a brother."