Sam Bradford Reportedly Won’t Demand Trade from Eagles

April 25, 2016   ·     ·   Jump to comments

The Philadelphia Eagles worked a trade earlier in April to acquire the No. 2 overall selection in the 2016 NFL draft and are likely to choose a quarterback with the pick.
However, while it could make sense for Eagles quarterback Sam Bradford to ask for a trade, that won't be the case, according to Charles Robinson of Yahoo Sports:
While Philadelphia could still deal Bradford during the draft or ensuing offseason, the sources said Bradford is prepared to prove to the Eagles that he's a franchise quarterback. He'll embrace the challenge if he remains in Philadelphia, sources said, despite being upset that the team surrendered draft assets that could have helped him.
Robinson noted the Eagles could still make a trade, but Bradford is guaranteed $22 million next season, per Spotrac, and is in a good situation. He'll get paid regardless, and as Robinson reported, the team plans on letting him start next year while a rookie signal-caller learns the off...

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