Sam Bradford Trade Rumors: Eagles Reportedly Wanted Multiple Picks for QB

May 11, 2016   ·     ·   Jump to comments

The Philadelphia Eagles' reported high asking price may have turned off any potential suitors who were pursuing a trade for quarterback Sam Bradford. 
In an interview Wednesday on 97.5 The Fanatic (via Brandon Lee Gowton of Bleeding Green Nation), ESPN's Andrew Brandt said his sources reported "the Eagles were asking for a lot," suggesting Philadelphia was demanding potentially up to two second-round picks or more in return for Bradford.
The Eagles re-signed the former Heisman Trophy winner in March, giving him $36 million—$26 million of which is guaranteed—per ESPN's Adam Schefter (via ESPN.com). It looked like Philly intended to build its offense around Bradford, until the team moved up to the second overall pick to select Carson Wentz in the NFL draft.
Schefter reported on April 25 that Bradford wanted to be traded. The Eagles didn't move him before the draft and don't appear to be in any rush to do so now. As a result, the QB had little choice but to...

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