By Steve Kelly
What about Chase Daniel?
Technically, the Eagles’ quarterback job is Sam Bradford’s already. He also played very well over his last seven games of 2015, tossing 10 touchdowns against only four picks.
Yet, Bradford made an effort to skip town after the Eagles traded up for QB prospect Carson Wentz. Bradford has since resumed prepping for the season.
But with Wentz always looming over this potentially testy situation, why couldn’t Daniel snake this deal?
Daniel is more familiar with coach Doug Pederson’s offense than all other parties, having worked with Pederson in Kansas City the past three seasons. So should you care?
Not unless you think Bradford is more than marginally better than Daniel or what the second overall pick can be.