By Sam Bush
New Eagles’ coach Doug Pederson seems to have adjusted his ardor for Eagles quarterback Sam Bradford.
Perhaps Howie Boy Roseman instructed Pederson to cool it!
“I just came from a place where we turned the culture of the organization around, we turned the culture of the community around, and two out of the three years, we’re in the postseason,” Pederson said yesterday on 97.5 The Fanatic, referring to his prior job as offensive coordinator of the Kansas City Chiefs.
“It can be done. In my opinion, we’ve got a little bit better talent here, and I’m looking forward to working with these guys.”
But Pederson seems to be scaling back his support of Eagles QB Sam Bradford, whom he praised at his introductory press conference,
Pederson seemed to express a more patient approach in deciding Bradford’s future yesterday, noting that free agency is more than a month away, before concluding: “We’ve got time.”