Vikings, Eagles Have Discussed Bradford Trade

The Vikings and Eagles have discussed a possible trade involving quarterback Sam Bradford, according to Adam Caplan of (on Twitter). However, the Eagles are not looking to move him.

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The Eagles, of course, traded up to the No. 2 overall pick in this year’s draft to select Carson Wentz. They also spent significant money to sign former Chiefs quarterback Chase Daniel. However, Bradford is slated to be under center for Philly when the season gets underway in just over a week. It’s not surprising to hear that the Vikings called on Bradford in the wake of Teddy Bridgewater‘s season-ending injury, but it’s also not surprising to hear that the Eagles have turned down the Vikes.

Bradford, acquired a year ago by Chip Kelly‘s Eagles in a trade with the Rams, has had his ups and downs in 14 starts for Philadelphia in 2015, but his overall numbers have been solid. The Oklahoma product set new career-highs with a 65.0% completion percentage, and 3,725 yards passing. He also tossed 19 touchdowns and 14 interceptions, leading the club to a 7-7 record in his starts.

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5 comments on “Vikings, Eagles Have Discussed Bradford Trade

  1. ZCosenza

    This makes too much sense not to happen unless Eagles asking price is too high

    • ib6ub9

      Only first round over-all pick in 2017 and a forth rounder in 2018 because that wasn’t enough. Lol. No wonder the Vikings suck idiots running the team! 0-16 go vikings


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