Report: Rams trade Sam Bradford to Eagles for Nick Foles


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<:article data-aop=”article” itemtype=”” itemscope><:section data-aop=”articlebody” itemprop=”articleBody” jQuery111106156239679185144=”54″>The St. Louis Rams have traded quarterback Sam Bradford to the Philadelphia Eagles in exchange for Nick Foles, according to Adam Schefter of ESPN.

According to Ian Rapoport of NFL Media, the Eagles are sending draft picks back the Rams’ way as part of the deal. Rapoport added that the two sides have discussed the deal for weeks, but it wasn’t finalized until Tuesday.

© Jasen Vinlove / USA TODAY SportsBradford, the Rams’ No. 1 overall selection in the 2010 NFL Draft, has missed significant time over the last two years, playing only seven games since the start of the 2013 season. He missed all of this past season after suffering a torn ACL in his left knee for the second consecutive season.

Bradford has a career quarterback rating of 79.3.

Foles was a third-round selection of the Eagles in 2012. His best year was in 2013 when he posted a 119.2 quarterback rating with a 27:2 touchdown-to-interception ratio.

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4 Responses to “Report: Rams trade Sam Bradford to Eagles for Nick Foles”

  1. ck says:

    Sounds like he should retire like PM who is also PERMANENTLY injury prone!

  2. andrea says:

    The initial list of participants for the Veteran’s combine is out and Tim Tebow IS NOT on the list.

    Brady Quinn is not on the list either. The only name I recognize besides you know who is the son of the loudmouth in the morning Mike Golic. His son is on the list.

    What a joke the NFL veteran’s combine is.

    Buzzy Says : i think this Combine is below the talent of Tim Tebow I didnt think he should and am glad he not going.

  3. andrea says:

    The mainstream sports media is in full glee mode over Tebow not being invited to the veteran’s combine.

    Now they can apply 100% pressure on the NFL to cave in and let the culturally historic football player suit up and be on a NFL football team.

    I am not surprised at this at all – I’ve been watching this stuff happen for the last 40 years.

    The only way Tebow can get into the NFL is if the Christians say enough and churches start holding their Sunday services at 1:00 P.M.

    That is the only pressure that fool Goodell understands.

  4. brandi says:

    I agree with Buzzy. (On both points.) I don’t know why it’s called the Veteran’s Combine. This is mostly Rookies, Practice Squad guys and Players who didn’t even make it that far. Maybe an invite to a Mini-Camp or a look somewhere. Pretty much anything but actual Veterans.

    I read a comment from one of the “Insiders”. (I can’t remember who; but it was an Andrew Brandt or another one of that stature on connections to the league.) He said the average NFL Career is now 2 years.

    These guys can’t say College success means nothing. Then look at the next Class of Players coming out of College as the annual hope to fix broken Teams. Then talk about how “different” the NFL and College games are. And then cut and dispose of guys so quickly that the average “Career” is only 2 years.

    How anyone defends this mouse-in-the-maze mess is amazing.

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