Those Philadelphia Eagles fans who can't wait to see what Sam Bradford might look like in Chip Kelly's offensive scheme won't have to wait any longer. Although Mark Sanchez opened practice with the first team at quarterback, it didn't take long for Bradford to get his first repetition in 7-on-7 drills. Reports had surfaced last week that Bradford was still walking with a noticeable limp, and the Eagles have been taking things cautiously with him. However, this is a major first step toward Bradford's emergence as the team's signal caller.
Bradford's first few repetitions were a little shaky and he was nearly intercepted on one of his passes.
When the Eagles convened for 11-on-11 drills, Bradford was back on the sideline. Too soon for that. With each passing day, Bradford is getting closer to full health. It won't be long before Eagles fans get a full course look at what Bradford has to offer the offense in 2015.
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Sam Bradford working in 7 on 7s. With rain falling, all quarterbacks throwing short.