There’s good news for the Eagles, as their new QB, Sam Bradford, appears he will be ready to go when training camp opens for the team later this month.
An anonymous source familiar with the situation told True Jersey’s Elliot Shorr-Parks that Eagles fans can relax. According to the source, Bradford is “looking great,” has been in the rehab room close to every day this summer, and should be ready to go when training camp opens.
Until now, we haven’t heard many reports on Bradford’s progress. The veteran quarterback, who is attempting to make a comeback from his second consecutive ACL tears, is expected to be on the field for the majority of first-team snaps in 11-on-11 drills.
He won’t be handed the starting job on a silver platter, but when asked during mini-camps whether Bradford would be ready for training camp, head coach Chip Kelly deadpanned, “God, we hope so.”
A healthy Bradford is only going to make this team better moving forward, as the club tries to climb back to the top of the NFC this season and hopefully into a deep playoff run.