Eagles Notes: Bradford Trade Value, Kelly Extended

The offensive lineman is now signed through 2017.

Dennis Kelly. (Jeff Fusco)

Dennis Kelly. (Jeff Fusco)

Whether Sam Bradford will be traded remains unclear, but if the Eagles do move him, Adam Schefter says it would likely happen this week. Schefter joined 97.5’s Morning Show today, and added that a player and fourth-round pick could be the compensation the Eagles want for Bradford.

Jeff Darlington also joined Mike Missanelli on 97.5 yesterday, saying the Jets aren’t interested in Bradford, while the quarterback has no desire to reunite with Chip KellyDarlington tweeted today that he doesn’t believe the Eagles are bluffing about their high price for Bradford, while Schefter said Philadelphia would have to consider a “compelling” offer.

According to Broncos beat reporter Mike Klis, Denver reached out to Philadelphia, but felt the price was “too high.”

While the Eagles are trying to figure out the future of their quarterback situation, they re-signed a backup offensive lineman to add depth. Field Yates tweeted this morning that the Eagles extended Dennis Kelly through 2017, adding up to $880,000 in new money to his contract.