Bradford attends Eagles workouts, reportedly rescinds trade demand
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Disgruntled quarterback Sam Bradford reported to the Philadelphia Eagles' offseason program Monday, according to multiple reports.

Teammate Connor Barwin first broke the news, saying on the radio he received a text message from Bradford announcing his imminent return.

Bradford attended voluntary minicamp last month, but reportedly demanded a trade after the Eagles traded up to draft Carson Wentz and has stayed away from the team since.

It seems Bradford's return will also come with the acceptance that he will be a member of the Eagles this season. Agent Tom Condon told ESPN's Sal Paolantonio that Bradford has rescinded his trade demand.

The Eagles have maintained all along that they view Bradford as their starter and would prefer not to play Wentz as a rookie.

By reporting Monday, and not May 17 when the Eagles' OTAs officially begin, Bradford will avoid arriving at the team facility with a throng of media present.

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