NFC Notes: Bradford, Seahawks, Lions, Rams

Tom Condon, the agent for Eagles quarterback Sam Bradford, continues to make a case for a trade on behalf of his client, appearing most recently on Andrew Brandt’s “Business of Sports” podcast. Condon reiterated that Bradford won’t be in attendance when Philadelphia’s voluntary workouts resume, though the podcast was recorded prior to the draft, so it’s not clear if that stance has changed within the last few days.

“I know people say, ‘Why doesn’t he just compete and win the job?'” Condon said, as Les Bowen of the Philadelphia Daily News details. “[But] there is no real competition. [Eagles No. 2 overall pick Carson Wentz] is playing, and that’s all there is to it.”

Although Wentz isn’t expected to start immediately, it would certainly be a surprise if the North Dakota State alum is not atop the Eagles’ depth chart by the start of the 2017 season, or even before then.

Here’s more from across the NFC:

  • Seahawks general manager John Schneider said during an appearance on KJR-AM today that his team prefers not to spread out Marshawn Lynch‘s cap hit over two years. As such, the team figures to place the running back on the reserve/retired list prior to June 1, ensuring that his cap charge only applies to 2016 (Twitter links via Bob Condotta of the Seattle Times).
  • With the draft completed, the Lions have made a couple changes to their personnel department, parting ways with veteran scouts Chad Henry and Darren Anderson, writes Dave Birkett of the Detroit Free Press. It’s not uncommon for teams with new general managers – like Detroit with Bob Quinn – to make changes to the scouting department following that new GM’s first draft.
  • Michael Silver of took an interesting, in-depth look at how the Rams decided they wanted to make California quarterback Jared Goff their QB of the future.
  • Receiver and return man Devin Hester underwent toe surgery in January and is scheduled to earn $3MM in 2016, making his hold on a roster spot in Atlanta tenuous. Still, as Vaughn McClure of writes, Hester expects to remain with the Falcons and contribute to the team as long as he can make a full recovery.
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6 comments on “NFC Notes: Bradford, Seahawks, Lions, Rams

  1. Giants51

    Bradford should can his agent

    • Vedder80

      Why? Look at the amount of money he has been paid in his career compared to what he has actually done on the field.

  2. How is a 2 yr deal a long term gig?

    • Vedder80

      When the average career is only 3 years, 2 years is a pretty long deal.

  3. vltrophy

    If there’s no real competition then he should win it hands down

  4. vltrophy

    He needs to pull up his big boy underwear

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