The Chip Kelly era is over in Philadelphia but quarterback Sam Bradford is here to stay for the next two years. Today, Sam Bradford and the Philadelphia Eagles agreed to a two year $36 million dollar deal for Bradford to remain with the Eagles.
Sam Bradford started 14 games, completed 346-of-532 attempts for a career-high 3,725 yards, 4th-highest yardage total in Eagles history.
— NFL on ESPN (@ESPNNFL) March 1, 2016
Sam Bradford averaged 354 pass yards per game in final three weeks of 2015 season, second to Drew Brees (359) in that span.
— ESPN Stats & Info (@ESPNStatsInfo) March 1, 2016
Bradford started 14 games in his first year with the Eagles for nearly 3,800 yards. Bradford’s new deal includes a $26 million dollar guarantee. With Sam Bradford’s deal done, the Eagles can now move on and begin to look for more pieces to make a run at the NFC East title.
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