Tom Condon, the agent for Eagles QB Sam Bradford, said during an interview with Sirius XM NFL Radio that his client “wants to play somewhere where he’s going to stay for a long time if he plays well.”
Condon added that Eagles’ players “would understand he’s a short-term guy even if he plays well” now that they plan to draft a quarterback at No. 2 overall, per Alex Marvez.
“Sam wants to be the guy. He does not view himself as a stop-gap quarterback,” Condon added, via Sirius XM NFL Radio.
- John Clayton of ESPN takes a look at three potential landing spots for Bradford now that he’s requested a trade out of Philadelphia.
- According to Clayton, the Broncos, Browns and Jets are all worth keeping an eye on in regards to Bradford. However, Clayton seems to think Broncos and Jets would make more sense for Bradford than the Browns.
- Mike Klis of 9News also adds Bradford to the list of potential quarterback targets for the Broncos.
An attorney for Johnny Manziel, Bob Hinton, said Monday that his client will plead not guilty and plans to pay whatever bond is set by the judge.
“Judge, set the bond at whatever you think is right,” Hinton said, via Jennifer Emily of The Dallas Morning News. “We will produce Johnny and we will pay the bond.
“We are not asking for any special treatment.”
- According to Mike Florio of Pro Football Talk, West Virginia S Karl Joseph is currently expected to end up being a first-round pick on Thursday.
- Troy Renck isn’t ruling out the Broncos bringing back veteran TE Owen Daniels, even though they signed Garrett Graham to a contract on Monday.
Vincent Bonsignore of the Los Angeles Daily News reports that Raiders owner Mark Davis will make a commitment to the city of Las Vegas to move the franchise if they approve funding for a new stadium.
Bonsignore’s source added that this really could prove to be a difference-maker for the Raiders and Las Vegas.
“It’s huge because the committee sees (the Raiders) are serious,” said Bonsignore’s source. “And if (the committee) approves the funding, there will be no stopping the train.”
- Adam Caplan reports that UCLA LB Myles Jack had one final workouts with the Raiders last Thursday.