According to a report from Jeff McLane of the Philadelphia Inquirer, Eagles quarterback Sam Bradford has been a limited participant during the team's offseason workouts.
"But the star acquisition of the offseason is not expected to be on stage at the NovaCare Complex. Quarterback Sam Bradford has been limited throughout spring workouts and has not been participating in team drills during this week's organized team activities, NFL sources said.
Mark Sanchez, who re-upped with the Eagles days before the Bradford trade, has been handling quarterback duties with the first-team offense."
This report hardly comes as a surprise. Bradford has been intentionally taking the recovery process slow, as was recommended to him. The 27-year-old is still making his way back from an ACL tear that took place last August. Bradford did once say that he expects to be ready by the time Eagles training camp begins in late July or early August.
Thursday, May 28 marks the first time since the trade that Bradford will be available to the media. It'll be interesting to hear what he has to say regarding his recovery. It'll also be interesting to see just how much he practices, if at all.