Sam Bradford, upset that the Philadelphia Eagles drafted quarterback Carson Wentz with the second pick of the NFL Draft, reportedly is not returning calls from coach Doug Pederson after walking out of OTAs when told the team would draft a quarterback in the first round.
The 28-year-old Bradford passes for 3,725 yards and 19 touchdowns with 14 interceptions in 14 games last season as the Eagles posted at 7-9 record to finish second in the NFC East.
"(Pederson) told me that he told Bradford and (backup quarterback) Chase Daniel up front that they were going to draft a quarterback, and they were going to try to nurture him for the future, and they expected Bradford and Daniel to be part of that, but that this year Bradford would be the starter," Sal Paolantonio of ESPN said while covering the NFL Draft.
"And they were shocked when they told Bradford that they were going up to No. 2 and they were making the trade and investing five picks, and Bradford's reaction was one of anger, and he abruptly walked out of the offseason training program."
Bradford, who has a two-year contract worth a guaranteed $22 million, has said through agent Tom Condon that he wants to be traded.