QB Sam Bradford reverses course, returns to Eagles
- Sam Bradford issued a statement Monday that he is "committed" to the Eagles.
- Bradford had demanded a trade just last month, after the Eagles drafted Carson Wentz.
PHILADELPHIA — Quarterback Sam Bradford has returned for voluntary workouts with the Philadelphia Eagles after asking for a trade last month.
Bradford issued a statement Monday saying he's "committed" to his teammates and the organization. He signed a two-year contract worth $36 million with $22 million guaranteed before the Eagles traded up twice in the NFL draft and selected Carson Wentz with the No. 2 overall pick.
The Eagles also signed Chase Daniel to a three-year, $21 million deal to back up Bradford. New coach Doug Pederson stressed during Bradford's two-week absence that the team wanted him to return and be the starter.