PHILADELPHIA, PA (The Spread) - Some coaches around the league aren't convinced that the Eagles are done with trades involving Sam Bradford.
According to ESPN's Josina Anderson, some league coaches aren't convinced that the Eagles are done wheeling and dealing and that Chip Kelly's next move will be to flip Bradford before the draft in order to move up from the No. 20 pick. Conspiracy theorists surmise that Kelly wants his former Oregon quarterback Marcus Mariota.
One potential suitor for Bradford is the Tennessee Titans, who own the No. 2 pick in this year's draft. The Titans currently have Zach Mettenberger as their No. 1 quarterback and could upgrade with Bradford, who is injury prone but who was also the first overall pick in 2010. He has talent, he just never flashes it because he's only played in seven games over the past two years.
But would the Titans be willing to take on Bradford's hefty $13 million-plus salary and also give up the No. 2 overall pick in the process? Even if they were gaining a quarterback and other draft pick compensation from the Eagles? Would any team, for that matter, be willing to take such a bold risk like Kelly did last week when it came to acquiring Bradford? We shall see.