MT. LAUREL, N.J. (WPVI) --Golf is the sport at Ron Jaworski's new course, Ramble Wood Country Club in Mount Laurel, New Jersey. But the topic on these greens was the Philadelphia Eagles.
Some were teeing off on quarterback Sam Bradford who ended his holdout this week.
"I was disappointed in the way Sam handled everything. He walked out on Eagles fans," Jaworski said.
"Sam would probably be more embarrassed that he tried something that didn't work. Now, he's got a lot of pressure because he tried to do something, now he has to come out and do it on the field," former Eagles tackle Jon Runyan said.
Jaws knows what Bradford is going through with Carson Wentz waiting in the wings.
The Eagles had his replacement waiting when they drafted Randall Cunningham in 1985.
"I knew why Randall was drafted. He was drafted to replace me. Bring it on, bro. That's just the way it is. You compete. The fact that Sam didn't welcome that competition is troubling to me," Jaworski said.
Former Eagles linebacker Jeremiah Trotter is not taking any shots at Bradford because he once had a very public dispute with Eagles management, too.
Trot says Bradford doesn't owe his teammates an apology
"No, he doesn't owe anyone anything. Teammates understand; they want what's best for player," Trotter said.
Talking Eagles is always the par for the course in this city.