Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Sam Bradford was out to lunch near his home in Oklahoma on Tuesday when he got the call form his agent that the two-year contract was done.
"I told you guys at the end of the year this is where I wanted to be. I wanted to be back here. I knew that. So to finally get it done and to know that I'm going to be back here and I don't have to worry about anything else; it was a huge relief to get that phone call this week," Bradford said.
"We're so excited. I'm so excited. The thing about what I said earlier in the spring too, I also want these players that are free agents to want to be here and he wants to be here. That's probably 90% - I want all of them to be here, but having Sam is obviously a big boost heading now into free agency," Eagles head coach Doug Pederson said.
Doug Pederson says as far as he know running back DeMarco Murray wants to be back and will be back and his good friend and college teammate Bradford says when he talks to Murray there is no indication he wants out of Philadelphia and to return to Dallas.
Sam Bradford speaks on new Eagles contract