Eagles QB Sam Bradford is expected to be ready for 11-on-11 drills, a sign that nothing has gone horribly wrong during his last few weeks of rehab from a torn ACL that cost him all of last season. All indications are that nothing has changed on that front, and Bradford should be on the field when the team begins full-team drills. At least, that is what it sounds like rookie receiver Nelson Agholor, who recently worked out with Bradford, recently had to say to the Philadelphia Inquirer. "He's moving great. That's something the organization can share," Agholor said. "But to me, he looks great, he looks healthy."
It was made official Sunday morning, Bradford was cleared for camp with no restrictions. Bradford has said for a while he expected to be ready for the start of camp unless something went wrong. The Birds open camp today. HC Chip Kelly has indicated this is a QB competition with Mark Sanchez, but most of those who follow the team find that hard to believe and this has to be Bradford's job. Bradford is ranked 18th on our QB list and makes for a sleeper QB2 pick in drafts as long as he continues to progress through camp. From Mike Vick, to Nick Foles, to Sanchez, all have put up very usable fantasy numbers in Kelly's offense.