Bradberry earned a long-term contract but said Tuesday he’s not yet starting discussions with the Eagles’ front office.
“I don’t know what they got planning on over there, and I didn’t want to ask about it because I just wanted my mind to be on football,” Bradberry said, via the Associated Press. “But we’ll talk about it soon.”
In a league in constant need of reliable corners, Bradberry is in line to get paid, even if his age trims off some of the top-end money.
At this point in his career, Bradberry said he’s balancing getting paid with going to a place he can win.
“It’s kind of hard to put like a percentage on which one is more important,” Bradberry said, via Eliot Shorr-Parks of 94 WIP. “It’s kind of just based upon a case-by-case scenario. But I do know those two things are probably the most important to me — being on a good roster, having the ability to get to the playoffs and win in the playoffs, but also, I don’t want to play for cheap, you know.”
One of the top 10 players headed to free agency, Bradberry won’t have to play for cheap in 2023.
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