Bradford showed some signs of life down the stretch in 2015 after a disappointing start. He grew more comfortable behind center, which led to improved accuracy and arm strength. Bradford did a pretty good job of avoiding sacks, even if that meant taking huge hits in the pocket. He’s 28, but injuries have limited his reps, and that’s evident in his tape. Bradford is slow to react to defenses and doesn’t anticipate his receivers coming open like most passers his age do.

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