Sam Bradford left Philadelphia's 20-19 loss to the Miami Dolphins on Sunday with not one, but two injuries. The most apparent injury involved his left shoulder. Bradford walked off the field favoring the non-throwing side of his upper body. Here are some more updates on Bradford's status:
League source says AC sprain for Sam Bradford, along with the concussion.— Les Bowen (@LesBowen) November 15, 2015
OK, hearing now Grade II AC joint for Bradford. Nonthrowing shoulder, so might not be out long, depending on concussion.— Les Bowen (@LesBowen) November 15, 2015
It appears Bradford will undergo more testing on Monday. In the meantime, Bradford's other injury seems serious. According to Howard Eskin, Bradford's concussion resulted in memory loss.
Not sure #eagles QB Sam Bradford will make it back next week after concussion. Told he had trouble remembering what happened in 1st half.— Howard Eskin (@howardeskin) November 16, 2015
Bradford will have to pass through the NFL's mandatory concussion protocol and be cleared by an independent doctor before he can return to the field.
Philadelphia's next game is scheduled for Sunday, Nov. 22 against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. It's unclear if Bradford will be ready by then. If not, Mark Sanchez will get the nod as the team's starting quarterback.