In return, the Eagles will receive the Vikings' 2017 first-round draft pick as well as a fourth-rounder, sources told ESPN's Dan Graziano.
Bradford re-signed with the Eagles in March to a two-year, $35 million deal with $22 million fully guaranteed.
The Eagles would be responsible for Bradford's $11 million signing bonus. ProFootballTalk.com reported earlier this year that $5.5 million of the $11 million signing bonus was due March 18 and the rest of the bonus was due on or before September 1. The rest of his contract -- $20 million in base salaries and $4 million March 2017 roster bonus -- would go to the Vikings.
Vikings tight ends coach Pat Shurmur was Bradford's offensive coordinator with the Eagles last season and for two seasons (2009-2010) with the Rams.
well what do you guys think? too much?
i like that bradford has some good starting experience at least