Eagles linebacker Stewart Bradley is scheduled to become an unrestricted free agent once the lockout is over. Bradley would like to stay with the Eagles if he can come to an agreement during the proposed 72-hour exclusive window to negotiate with the Eagles.
“We’re open to anything,” Bradley’s agent, Eric Metz told Tim McManus of Phillysportsdaily.com. “If they offer him a long-term contract that we feel is fair then he would have no problem signing in Philadelphia. I think he would like to finish what he started there and help bring a Super Bowl to the city.”
Bradley has been working out in his hometown of Salt Lake City, Utah this offseason and is reportedly in great shape.
“He has a lot of respect for his coaches, I can tell you that,” said Metz. “I think it would be his first choice [to stay in Philadelphia].
“He has loved his time there and hopefully that will continue.”
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