Chip Kelly may be telling the fans how excited he is to have Sam Bradford as the Philadelphia Eagles quarterback. But the Eagles Pro Shops, including the one in Lancaster, are not selling the No. 7 Bradford jerseys, according to NJ.com.
The shop owners, perhaps after holding the bag and the jerseys when LeSean McCoy, Jeremy Maclin and Nick Foles recently departed Philadelphia, appear to believe the rumors that Philly will not be Bradford's final destination.
The quarterback, who was obtained for Foles in a trade with the St. Louis Rams, was linked to other swaps even before his plane landed in Philadelphia.
Most recently the rumors have him going to Cleveland in a trade that would include Johnny Manziel.
Maybe the Pro Shops are secretly stocking No. 2 Manziel jerseys or No. 8 Marcus Mariota jerseys.
Mariota, who played for Kelly at Oregon, has also been frequently mentioned in reports as a quarterback the Eagles will pursue in the draft.