Philadelphia acquired the 28-year-old Bradford last off-season by sending Nick Foles to the Rams. Bradford would go on to start 14 games for the Eagles in 2015, missing two games due to a sprained shoulder and a concussion.
The Eagles' offense struggled under Bradford's leadership despite the addition of running back DeMarco Murray. The former Oklahoma Sooner would go on to throw 11 touchdowns and 10 interceptions while trying to gain confidence in his surgically-repaired knee.
After dealing with the injuries suffered last season, Bradford finally found a groove in Philly, completing 65 percent of his passes, throwing for eight touchdowns and just four interceptions, good for a passer rating of 93.2.
The Eagles are banking on an injury-free campaign for their quarterback beginning in 2016. The last times Bradford played in all 16 games was in 2012 with the Rams. He has dealt with two torn ACLs in his left knee, but now plans on moving on from his injury-plagued past.