The Philadelphia Eagles make another surprise move as they have traded their Veteran QB, Sam Bradford, to the Minnesota Vikings. The Vikings gave up a 2017 first-round pick and a 2018 fourth-round pick. The move comes in the wake of Vikings starting QB Teddy Bridgewater’s injury in practice earlier in the week. Bradford could be entitled to $7 million or more from The Vikings for 2016, as the Eagles had only $11 million of Bradford’s salary for the season as part of the trade agreement with the Vikes. Bradford is in the first year of his original two-year contract with the Eagles, and that would leave the Vikings open to the option of keeping Bradford if Bridgewater’s recovery period takes longer than expected.