{country_name} ↓ TRANS_MENU
Choose your location:
My coverMy coverMy cover

What's happening now?

Login Login with Facebook
Incorrect user or password!

Travel Sam Bradford has no regrets, ready to move on with Eagles

"There's no promises in this business."Wentz said there's been "no tension" with Bradford in the quarterback room. The former North Dakota State star will learn behind Bradford and Daniel for a while."I'm not going to hide anything and if I can do something to help him become a better player, I'm going to do it," Bradford said. He knows he'll be onto his eighth after this season or next because the Eagles went all-in for Wentz."You have to realize what the situation is," Bradford said.
The Denver Post
63 Points

Sports Eagles' QB Sam Bradford mocked by ingredients in free sandwich

.well, you get the idea.Abbruzzese will also throw in some moist towelettes to ``take the cleaning up process to the next level.''.
San Jose Mercury News
6 Points
1 2

Sports Report: Eagles' Sam Bradford wants trade, won't participate in offseason program

The consensus top two quarterback prospects are Cal’s Jared Goff and North Dakota State’s Carson Wentz.The Eagles grabbed the No. The Eagles are expected to select a quarterback with that pick when the first round of the NFL Draft commences on Thursday.The Rams, which also moved up in the draft, are also a near lock to select a quarterback with the first overall pick.
USA Today
14 Points

Sports Eagles quarterback Sam Bradford desperately wants to be traded

Goff, the former Cal quarterback, is expected to go to the Rams with the No. It's assumed the Eagles will use the pick to select a quarterback -- either Jared Goff or Carson Wentz. Eagles quarterback Sam Bradford wants out of Philadelphia, and the quicker the better.The oft-injured signal-caller, who re-signed with the Eagles in February, was very unhappy when the team gave up a ton of draft picks to acquire the No. Rapoport also reported that the Eagles feel "blindsided" by Bradford's reaction.
San Jose Mercury News
11 Points
1 2

Sports Bradford not worried about Eagles trading up to draft QB

PHILADELPHIA - Sam Bradford said he’s not worried about the possibility of the Eagles trading up to the No. 2 spot in the draft to select a quarterback.That, of course, would be a clear indication that the Eagles don’t view Bradford as the quarterback of the future. The draft is held from April 28-30.“I think that’s a little above my paygrade,” said Bradford, who is guaranteed $18 million this season. But injuries and other factors ultimately led to his trade to the Eagles last March.
USA Today
10 Points