Wednesday, March 4, 2015

Bradley goes to Arizona

BETHLEHEM, Pa. -- Former Eagles linebacker Stewart Bradley agreed to terms with the Arizona Cardinals, Adam Schefter of ESPN.com reported Friday.

Bradley goes to Arizona

BETHLEHEM, Pa. -- Former Eagles linebacker Stewart Bradley agreed to terms with the Arizona Cardinals, Adam Schefter of ESPN.com reported Friday.

Bradley joins quarterback Kevin Kolb, who the Eagles dealt to Arizona on Thursday.

Bradley was a free agent and the Eagles had already decided that they weren't going to bring him back, a league source told The Inquirer on Tuesday.

The Eagles still likely need a veteran to play middle linebacker. Right now rookie Casey Matthews is in the middle, although Jamar Chaney has some experience at that position.

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