New Eagles head coach Doug Pederson might have had some nice things to say about Sam Bradford at his introductory press conference, but he doesn't have to pay him, especially not the amount Bradford’s agent, Tom Condon, was demanding before the season.

Appearing on ESPN NFL Insiders show, Jim Trotter said that Bradford's agent was asking for $25 million per season.

"The dollar amount is going to play big here," Trotter said on the show.  "Chip didn't try to extend Sam right away, what I am told is that Tom Condon, Bradford's agent, came in asking for $25 million dollars a year. That's not going to fly in Philadelphia."

"So now the question becomes, what is Sam going to want going forward?"

Bradford finished the 2015 NFL season with 19 touchdowns, 14 interceptions and a quarterback rating of 86.4 in 14 games .

So Eagles fans, you ready to pony up $25 million for Bradford?