Sam Bradford’s agent, Tom Condon, told ESPN that the Eagles did not tell Bradford they had a plan to draft a quarterback high in the first round, to relinquish so many valuable draft picks in a mega-trade to move up to No. 2 and essentially make Bradford a lame duck starter.
“As they were making this plan, it would have been nice if they had told him about it,” said Condon, who said that he reiterated to Eagles vice president of football operations Howie Roseman in a recent phone conversation that Bradford wants out of Philly.
Sam Bradford’s reaction may not have been part of the Eagles’ careful plan for their quarterback situation. It probably should have been.
“It’s his right to demand a trade and he wants to be traded,” said Condon.