Report – Bradford Has Grade II AC Joint Sprain
According to a report, Eagles QB Sam Bradford suffered a grade II AC joint sprain.
Les Bowen, Philadelphia Daily News, reports that the injury is to his non throwing shoulder and that he "might no be out for long." Bradford received an x-ray on the shoulder which came back negative.
The shoulder sprain isn't the only injury suffered by Bradford on Sunday, however. Eagles head coach Chip Kelly told the media after the game that Bradford also suffered a concussion on the same hit. We even have a report that Bradford "had trouble remembering what happened in the first half."
With the sprain to Bradford's non throwing shoulder, he could be physically healthy to return next Sunday against the Buccaneers, but the concussion severity could keep him out longer.
The Eagles are on a short week after hosting the Buccaneers next Sunday, they travel to Detroit to play the Lions on Thanksgiving Day.
Mark Sanchez came in relief of Bradford in the second half and ran the offense similarly, if not better, to that of Bradford. However, an endzone interception when only three points were needed proved costly.