Stewart Bradley, Philadelphia Eagles Starting MLB, Cleared for Takeoff

April 27, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

It was nothing but high expectations for Philadelphia Eagles starting middle linebacker Stewart Bradley, who was coming off a very promising 2008 campaign, and it looked as if 2009 would be no different.
That was until one dreadful August night at the Eagles' annual Flight Night.
It was that evening that Bradley endured an injury (ACL) that would deem him ineligible for the entire 2009 season.
For the Philadelphia Eagles, the 2009 season was once again injury-plagued on both sides of the ball, but the position that took the biggest hit was the middle linebacker position.
The Eagles faced hardships as they tried to find an answer to Bradley's unexpected debacle.
They had players like Omar Gaither, Jeremiah Trotter, and Joe Mays all try to fill the void left by Bradley's injury, but none of them was close to being a desired patch.
Gaither was doing fine, but he too was injured and taken out for the season. Trotter is a phenomenal downhill play...

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