Don't expect any Eagles drama ... from Carson Wentz, at least.
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The rookie quarterback was polished and diplomatic when asked about his relationship with incumbent quarterback Sam Bradford, telling reporters Friday (via CSN Philadelphia) that he doesn't expect "a lot of tension" between them.
However, Wentz and Bradford have yet to meet, and Bradford still is dealing with the aftermath of requesting a trade out of Philadelphia, then having to slink back an
"Personally, I don’t think there will be a lot of tension,” Wentz said. “People might make it out to be. But I think the coaches and everyone will be on the same page. And I think it will be a good working relationship."
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Wentz was drafted second overall by the Eagles nearly two months after Bradford signed a two-year extension worth $36 million.
According to Eagles vice president of football operations Howie Roseman, Bradford will remain the starter. However, anything can change between now and September.