By Sam Bush
Former Eagle QB and current ESPN NFL analyst Ron Jaworski (photo above) is the master of the obvious.
When he studied the 2010 draft, Sam Bradford wasn’t just Jaws’ pick as best QB but the best overall player in the class.
Since then the newly acquired Eagles quarterback has suffered two separate ACL tears that cost the Oklahoma product and former No. 1 overall draft pick the final nine games of the 2013 season and all of 2014.
Jaworski says the Eagles trade for Bradford earlier this month in exchange for Nick Foles and draft picks hinges solely on the 27-year-old’s ability to stay healthy.
“If [Bradford] can stay healthy, it will be a tremendous deal for the Eagles,” Jaworski said Monday at the Philadelphia Soul’s media day via CSNPhilly. “If he doesn’t, it’ll be a bad deal for the Eagles.
“I hate to acquit it to injuries because there’s no question about the ability of Sam Bradford, but he has to stay healthy.”
Is there anything else you want to impart, Jaws?
Like the sun will come up in the east?