The NFL news has been crazy this Tuesday, especially regarding quarterbacks on the move. One of those moves has Sam Bradford reportedly signing a one-year $20 million deal with the Arizona Cardinals.
This is a lot of dough to fork out to an injury-prone quarterback who has played in only 80 of 128 possible games. In his eight-year NFL career, Bradford has earned $114 million. This equates to Bradford averaging $1.425 million per game. Yikes!
As such, the reactions to the Bradford signing are priceless, starting out with this one by Baltimore Ravens safety, Eric Weddle.
So dumb. Bradford has been paid more for nothing than anyone in history of nfl
— Eric Weddle (@weddlesbeard) March 13, 2018
BREAKING: Larry Fitzgerald announces retirement
— The Pickle (@sportspickle) March 13, 2018
Sam Bradford to Arizona is the best Free Agency move the 49ers have made so far.
— Matt Vettese (@mattvettese) March 13, 2018
Well Sam Bradford has another Elton John song in mind. Goodbye Yellow Brick Road
— Arlene Gutierrez (@sweetarlene77) March 13, 2018
Larry Fitzgerald having to finish his career with Sam Bradford is a travesty. There must be a way we can stop this. Maybe letters to John McCain or something.
— Joe Praino (@FixYourLife) March 13, 2018
Breaking: Sam Bradford pulled his hamstring just watching his own highlight from this tweet! Will miss 2-4 weeks. https://t.co/1NZPGKICqX
— Jim (@Jthrush84) March 13, 2018
We talking about the same sam bradford?? pic.twitter.com/CordPQsvvu
— Eric Bailey (@wish_resign) March 13, 2018
Sherman needed Sam Bradford's agent
— BenchWriter (@BenchWriter) March 13, 2018
Sam Bradford is the example of an average QB with injury history to get paid millions but guys like Tyrod Taylor gotta take bread crumbs. NFL teams are stupid.
— Blaze (@Chaoticblaze27) March 13, 2018
Can you imagine giving Sam Bradford $20 million?!?! The last game he played on tape was torture. He could barely walk, let alone throw a football in the NFL.
— Shawn Carlson (@ShawnCarlson22) March 13, 2018
Me every time Sam Bradford gets a new contract pic.twitter.com/bx7cIxO3Rz
— Tim Chwal (@tchwal) March 13, 2018