On Monday morning, ESPN's Adam Schefter reported the Eagles "have been informed" Sam Bradford wanted to be traded and will no longer show up for the teams offseason program.

"His situation in Philadelphia is now different," Bradford's agent Tom Condon told SirusXM radio. "He wants to go someplace where he knows he can be the man."

Well it looks like he might already have a team interested in his services.

9 News Denver's Mike Klis reports the Broncos inquired about Sam Bradford, but the asking price was too high, the Eagles at least were willing to listen. At this point,
Bradford's agent said the Eagles have not given his client permission to seek a trade.

Speaking Monday with Comcast Sports Net in Philadelphia, Eagles GM Howie Roseman "reiterated" that Sam Bradford remains the team's starting quarterback. The problem is Bradford doesn't want to be the teams short term quarterback, he wants to be in a place where they view him as the long-term answer.

"He doesn't view himself as a stop-gap kind of quarterback," Condon said.

Unfortunately, the Eagles view isn't the same.