Bradford (shoulder) is listed as questionable for Thursday's contest in Detroit. Bradford was knocked out of the Eagles' Week 10 tilt against the Dolphins with a concussion and AC joint sprain, the former of which didn't allow him to step foot on the practice field until Monday. He was able to build up to a full practice Wednesday, which wasn't a walk-through, according to Zach Berman of the Philadelphia Inquirer. Progressing to that point would seem to suggest that Bradford may be able to start, but both Ian Rapoport of NFL Network and Les Bowen of the Philadelphia Daily News speculated that he'll likely serve as Mark Sanchez's backup. Nevertheless, head coach Chip Kelly has an interesting decision to make in advance of Thursday's 4:30 PM ET kickoff.
Bradford (left shoulder, concussion) was a limited participant at Tuesday's practice. Though he's still listed with both issues on the injury report, Bradford has already passed through the concussion protocol. His availability for Thursday's game against the Lions is still in serious question, as the injury to his left shoulder is a potential multi-week issue. If healthy, Bradford figures to start, given how poorly Mark Sanchez played in Sunday's blowout loss to Tampa Bay.
Bradford has been cleared from concussion protocol, Martin Frank of the Delaware News Journal reports. Mark Sanchez struggled in last Sunday's start against the Buccaneers, throwing three interceptions and failing to complete 65 percent of his passes, so it seemed likely Bradford would regain his starting role if he was deemed healthy. Considering the former first-round pick was able to practice Monday and has officially cleared concussion protocol, Bradford could have a chance to start, but offensive coordinator Pat Shurmur refused to acknowledge a potential starter Tuesday, according to the Delaware News Journal. Bradford's availability at practice Tuesday should be a good indicator of his status moving forward, so fantasy owners should check back later in the afternoon for more information.
Bradford (concussion/shoulder) returned to practice Monday, NJ.com's Eliot Shorr-Parks reports. Although the Eagles have a quick turnaround for their Thanksgiving matchup against the Lions, Bradford's return to practice suggests he has some shot to be ready for the game. There was talk that he might lose the starting job to Mark Sanchez, who subsequently threw three interceptions in Sunday's blowout loss to Tampa Bay. It's now a safe bet that Bradford will start Thursday's game if he is healthy enough to play.
Bradford (concussion, left shoulder) has been ruled out for Sunday's game against the Bucs. As a result, Mark Sanchez will start at QB for the Eagles on Sunday, while Bradford's Week 12 status remains cloudy as well, with the team on a quick turnaround and set to play the Lions on Thanksgiving Day.
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